Now that the 2020 men’s basketball class can officially sign on the dotted line, B5Q gives you a snapshot of each player joining the fold for the Wisconsin Badgers next season...
2020 SG Jordan Davis
Position: Shooting guard
Weight: 180 pounds
Hometown: La Crosse, Wisconsin
High school: La Crosse Central
247 Composite: three-star, 82.28 rating (No. 389 nationally / No. 69 small forward), No. 5 in state
247 Sports: two-star, 79 rating (No. 369 nationally / No. 68 small forward), No. 5 in state
Rivals: three-star, unranked.
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Committed to Wisconsin on June 15th, 2019
Jordan Davis is a player that drastically improved his game over the past year or so. Davis is primarily known for his defensive prowess. The senior to be can really hassle offensive playmakers, and has the size at 6-foot-4, and the quickness, to defend multiple positions on the floor. Jordan’s biggest gains came on the offensive end though. He has shown the ability to shoot from behind the arc well, and he should make for a nice complimentary three point shooter at the next level.
Many people thought that Jordan was destined to be a football player at the next level, as Wisconsin and many other Big Ten teams were scouting him as a wide receiver due to this advanced athleticism. Davis finally earned a basketball offer from Wisconsin however, after a strong spring and summer on the AAU circuit. Davis will enter Wisconsin as the lowest ranked scholarship prospect in the 2020 class, but he has the tools and potential to make a nice impact for the Badgers during his career.
UW Bio (courtesy UW Athletic Department)
6-4, 185, Guard
La Crosse, Wis. (Central)
Three-star recruit by 247Sports and Rivals … as a junior, averaged 12 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals per game at La Crosse Central, earning first-team all-conference honors and named the team’s defensive player of the year … his sophomore season, averaged 10 points, 4 rebounds and 2 steals per game, garnering first-team all-conference honors … along with brother, Johnny, helped lead Central to the WIAA Division 2 state tournament each of their three years on the varsity team, including a title in 2017 with current Badger Kobe King … on the football field, Davis is also an impressive wide receiver for the Red Raiders, posting 358 receiving yards with 5 TDs through three games before suffering a season-ending injury … hauled in 49 receptions for 873 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior.