As his older brother, D’Andre made a name for himself as a four-star 2020 guard and Nebraska commit, D’Ante Davis is looking to carve his own path and forge his own identity.
The Class of 2022 guard received his second Division I offer on Saturday, as Travis Steele and the Xavier Musketeers offered the young Indiana hooper.
Davis was previously offered by his brother’s future school—Nebraska—back in June.
He is a talented guard that’s able to score at all three levels of the game. He has a consistent perimeter shot, but he can also knock it down in the mid-range game and finish inside. He can also facilitate a bit and set up his teammates, showing a knack for being a secondary playmaker in the pick-and-roll. A smart player that can get good elevation, with the ability to thrive in the open court, Davis has the tools to be an impact player as he grows older. He shows good habits at an early stage, and seems to be in control of his movements and handles. Davis isn’t reckless or careless, and he’s able to make the smart play, as well as the flashy play.