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Rankings Rankings

24/7: 2-star recruit2-star recruit 79 (#57 SF / #322 overall) Red_arrowdown_medium
Rivals: 3-star recruit3-star recruit3-star recruit NR (SG) Green_arrowup_medium
ESPN: N/A
Wishoops: N/A

Last updated: June 18, 2019
Previous Rankings: 3-star (0.8800) by 24/7 Composite (#5 WI); 3-star/88 (#41 SF/#252 overall > #42/#251 > #150 overall) by 24/7; #45 SG by Rivals; #11 player in 2020 by Wishoops

Rankings at time of commitment: 3-star by 24/7 & Rivals; NR by 24/7 Composite & ESPN

Honors Honors

2020 Honorable Mention All-State - Division 2 (WBCA)
2019 Honorable Mention All-State - Division 2 (WBCA)
2019 First Team All-Area (La Crosse Tribune)

Statistics Statistics

2019-20: 13.1 ppg | Senior (Central)
2018-19: 12.3 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 2.4 spg, 2.2 apg | Junior (Central)
2017-18: 10.2 ppg | Sophomore (Central)
2016-17: 7.5 ppg | Freshman (Central)

Signed LOI Signed National Letter of Intent

Signed on November 13, 2019
Wisconsin welcomes five newcomers in 2020 Signing Class (UWBadgers.com)

Verbally committed on June 15, 2018
Central’s Johnny, Jordan Davis commit to Wisconsin (La Crosse Tribune)
Davis twins commit to Wisconsin (Badgers247)
Jonathan and Jordan Davis verbally commit to Wisconsin (B5Q)

Long though to be a better prospect on the football field, where he catches touchdown passes from brother Johnny, Jordan Davis officially became a high major recruit with a bullet in basketball when Greg Gard offered Davis a scholarship during an unofficial visit to Madison in June of 2019, 18 months after the Badgers did so for his brother. The strategy worked for UW, as the twins committed within the month at Wisconsin’s team camp while attending with their La Crosse Central teammates.

Jordan’s defensive skill set stands out most obviously, but he also led Central with 52 three-pointers as a junior. With three straight state tournament appearances under their belts, the Davis brothers will try to win their second title this coming season. But you also cannot discount the NBA pedigree from their father Mark Davis, who played two seasons in the league.

Wisconsin’s was Davis’ third confirmed offer, joining UW-Green Bay and UW-Milwaukee. Marquette, Minnesota, Iowa and UNLV all had shown interest as well.

Press Clippings Recent Press

2020
4/20: Wisconsin 2020 Signee Breakdown: Jordan Davis (AllBadgers.com)

2019
11/12: Twins Johnny and Jordan Davis’ commitment to Badgers fulfills their father’s vision (Wisconsin State Journal)
9/8: La Crosse Central marches ahead without Jordan Davis (La Crosse Tribune)
6/17: Offer to play together for Wisconsin Badgers basketball team lured in-state recruits Johnny and Jordan Davis (Wisconsin State Journal)
6/16: Sticking together (Badgers247)
6/6: La Crosse Central guard Jordan Davis gets scholarship offer from Wisconsin (La Crosse Tribune)
4/7: All-Tribune boys basketball: First team and honorable mention (La Crosse Tribune)
1/19: Showdown between Central and Minnehaha lives up to the hype (La Crosse Tribune)

2018
12/20: City of Palms: Evans’ Thursday Notebook (Rivals)

Multimedia Audio / Video

Highlights: Jordan Davis Senior Highlights (03.15.20)
Highlights: Davis Brothers Combine For 50 Against Menomonie (12.10.19)
Highlights: Under Armour Finals: Jordan Davis (7.16.19)
Highlights: Wisconsin Team Camp: Jordan Davis (6.18.19)
News Feature: Davis family calls commitment to Wisconsin a “dream come true.” - WXOW/ABC 19 (6.17.19)
Highlights: Jordan (#3) and Jonathan Davis - Wisconsin team camp (6.17.19)
Highlights: Jordan Davis Junior Highlights (6.6.19)
Highlights: Milwaukee Washington 72, La Crosse Central 71 (OT) - WXOW/ABC 19 (3.15.19)
News Feature: WXOW/ABC 19 (1.17.19)
Highlights: Jordan Davis COP Highlights (12.22.18)

More Info Additional Info

2019-20 Schedule | La Crosse Tribune

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