Eric Gordon All-Star Classic Video: Devin Davis Jr.

Warren Central wing and Indiana commitment Devin Davis Jr. put together a stellar sophomore high school season despite battling a stress fracture in his back that kept him at less than 100 percent.

The 6-foot-5 Davis, ESPN.com’s No. 27 player nationally in the 2013 class, averaged 15.3 points and 6.4 rebounds per game for former Indiana guard Greg Graham.

Watch a new collection of highlights of Davis Jr. from this past weekend’s Eric Gordon All-Star Classic in the embedded media player below:

A quick video Q & A with Davis Jr. is available after the jump.

  • Johnliddil

    Can you imagine both Davis and Patterson playing together?

  • Anonymous

    I think Davis might end up being the best of all our current recruits at getting to the rim and finishing. He turned down several open jumpers to drive it in, and though Patterson and Ferrel are a little quicker, Davis will have the height to finish among the trees

  • http://profiles.google.com/rydanoel Ryan Noel

    Is Devin Davis left-handed?

  • Anonymous

    Looked like a willing passer too, always nice to see. And although he’s a decent size now, he looks like a guy who could be an absolute beast with another 20-30 lb of muscle.

  • http://www.indyhshoops.com/ Joe Indy Hoops

    Nope, he’s a righty.

  • N71

    Of all the guys who have committed so far Devin looks the most like he is still growing. A bunch of our recruits already look like men but Devin looks like he’s still growing. IF…that’s the case considering he’s already 6′ 7″ another 2 or 3 inches could be added and then additional weight. You combine this with his already impressive skill set and motor and I wouldn’t want to have to deal with him down low. He’ll be 6′ 9″ 225 lbs with a good 15 foot jumper, spin moves, good passer, springy legs, likes to rebound, fundementally sound Indiana player. My take on Devin is that he will be a highly productive 4 and be a great Hoosier.

  • http://www.insidethehall.com/ Alex Bozich

    He’s 6-5, not 6-7.

  • Anonymous

    Looks like he’s got solid handles and decent court vision. Worst case scenario he ends up playing as a rugged 3 and best case he grows a couple more inches and becomes a monster down low.

  • Anonymous

    I know many may be concerned about what position it is he might play. However, the kid can straight play. He does a lot of things really well; rebounding, passing, can handle the rock, plays physical and gets to the rim. At the end of the day he is a basketball player. He just “gets the game”.

    Guys like this typically do very well in high school but get overlooked recruiting-wise as there is not an obvious fit. Leonard from San Diego St. is a good example. He was a great CA high school player (Mr. Basketball) but people didn’t really know his position so he wasn’t recruited very well. Then, well as they say, the rest is history. He was great for SDSU.

    Now I am not saying Davis’ game is particularly like Leonard’s or that he will be as good as Leonard. But I like him a lot and am excited about having him! I see nothing but upside for Davis and am excited about his future.

  • Uncle Joey

    Could he end up being the DeJuan Marrero of the 2013 class? Bit of a ‘tweener, but does everything pretty well.

  • http://profiles.google.com/rydanoel Ryan Noel

    He seemed very comfortable going left. I guess I could have watched his jump shot more closely, but I’m just that lazy.

  • Anonymous

    Whoa…..I really hope he doesn’t end up resembling VJ3. That would be unfortunate.

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