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Davis increased his scoring (8.0 to 9.8) in his second season but saw his 3-point accuracy drop (39.4 to 32.9). His 2-point accuracy rose from 48.5 to 51.4.
Davis had ups and downs throughout his sophomore year but helped shoot Dayton to a comeback victory at George Washington, making 7 of 11 3-pointers and scoring 25 points. He had another strong performance in the next game, making 6 of 8 3-pointers and scoring 21 points against Massachusetts.
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In each of Dayton’s two postseason losses to Saint Louis in the Atlantic 10 tournament and Colorado in the NIT, Davis scored 12 points on 5-of-10 shooting.
Davis committed to Dayton in August 2016, picking the Flyers over Butler and Kansas State. When coach Archie Miller left Dayton for Indiana, Davis was the first member of Miller's final recruiting class to announce he would stick with Dayton.