One of the fastest rising available point guards in the class of 2020 is New York based R.J. Davis.
In need of a primary ball handler in the 2020 class, Indiana is prioritizing the 6-foot Davis, with both Bruiser Flint and Archie Miller out on the east coast watching him this weekend according to social media reports.
Davis said this about Indiana in a recent article on Zags Blog:
Indiana: “They’re trying to get me down to campus. They love my game as well as the other coaches recruiting me. They just love the way I run the show and play both sides.”
That’s the key to watch for — can Indiana get the point guard on campus.
Davis averaged more than 25 points per game during his junior season for Stepinac according to the Westchester Journal News. Stepinac is a prestigious program that has produced a significant amount of Division One talent — and he is already the school’s all-time leading scorer. Davis also averaged 7.0 rebounds, 4.9 assists and 1.7 steals per game.
On the Nike EYBL AAU circuit, Davis is averaging 20.3 points per game while shooting 47% from three point range. He has elevated his recruiting profile significantly with his play this spring and summer, including interest from Kansas and North Carolina.
The below highlights are from the NBA Top 100 Camp in June.
You can follow us on Twitter: @daily_hoosier
Seven ways to support completely free IU coverage at no additional cost to you.