Print this Post

Four-star guard Eric Davis of Michigan makes second trip to Kentucky


Four-star shooting guard Eric Davis of Michigan, who visited UK for Big Blue Madness last October, made a return trip to Kentucky Saturday according to his Saginaw (Mich.) Arthur Hill basketball program.

The four-star guard is considered the 10th-best shooting guard and 41st best overall player in the 2015 recruiting class by 247 Sports.com and 39th best overall by Rivals.com.Davis averaged 27 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals per game last year.

He has narrowed his college list to Michigan, Michigan State, North Carolina State, UCLA, UNLV, Texas and Kentucky.

Some recruiting analysts believe that N.C. State could be the leader for Davis as of now.


Permanent link to this article: http://vaughtsviews.com/four-star-guard-eric-davis-of-michigan-makes-second-trip-to-kentucky/


  1. Larry Denton

    I rememberwahwah…..To young Mister Davis, If Coach Cal is pursuing you, you can be certain that he see’s the potential in you to far exceed the 39 or 41st place in initial talent assigned to you by Sport.com and Rival.com. The coach’s habit of producing 1st round picks among one and done players is not only unmatched among all the programs and coaches in college basketball but it is the new trend setter for the NBA , feeding more first round players into the pro’s each year then any other program that I’m aware of. And He commits to you and your future. That’s pretty rare these days and it is something you should seriously consider when selecting your school of choice. it has been said that far more NBA scouts have attended UK basketball games in the past five years than have attended any other program’s games during the same period. And you’ll never have a greater supportive fan base than the Big Blue Nation.

  2. Anonymous

    To young Eric Davis, Go to N.C. I’ve seen you play a few games and your average. Big Blue Nation wants only 5 star players. You should consider Mid Major Colleges!!

  3. Jim Harris

    Since when is UNC a mid-major basketball school? :-))8

Comments have been disabled.