TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — After not playing during the 2017-18 season, senior guard Ar’Mond Davis is leaving the University of Alabama at a graduate transfer.
Davis announced his plans on his Twitter account Tuesday afternoon.
I am forever grateful for the opportunity at the University of Alabama. I am appreciative of the love and support I received at UA from coaches and fans. However with the support of my family. I will utilize my fifth year as a graduate transfer. Thank you and God bless.
— Armond Davis (@justwannawin22) March 20, 2018
It’s the second time Davis has announced his intention to leave the Crimson Tide, doing so last spring only to have a change of heart. However, he sustained a knee injury during the preseason and never got into a game.
Davis originally hails from Tacoma, Wash., but came to Alabama via College of Southern Idaho under head coach Jared Phay. As a junior in 2016-17 he played in 32 games, averaging 6.9 points per game.
He reached double-digits in scoring in 10 games, and made 32 of 129 3-point attempts. Davis set career highs in scoring (19 points), minutes played (38), field goals (six), field goals attempted (12), and free throws attempted (six) in Alabama’s 4OT victory over South Carolina.
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