Davis Pledges to MSU

13 Dec

Muskegon 2015 forward Deyonta Davis is the number two player ranked in Michigan, and has decided to play for his home state’s school the Spartans of Michigan State.

Little was known about Davis entering his sophomore season.  He had a quiet year averaging about six points a game, will little to very few colleges interested in him.  However, Deyonta saw his recruitment rise when he played for ABC Bankhoops, one the state’s elite travel AAU basketball teams.  Traveling across the Midwest and playing in some of the most prestigious tournaments, Davis caught the eye of several notable college coaches.  Davis received offers from the likes of Iowa State, Memphis, Missouri, UNLV, and Butler with interest coming from Florida and Louisville just to name a few.

Deyonta will give MSU height, rebounding, low post defense, and potential to become a solid Big Ten player.  Perhaps, maybe one day he will be the next Adreian Payne at Michigan State.  It will be interesting on how Davis’ decision affects the other Michigan State top recruit in 2015 coming in Saginaw Arthur Hill’s point guard, Eric Davis.

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