Davis is a tough rebounder who can score in the paint and also provide a presence defensively. After a season averaging modest numbers of 12 points and 8 boards per game, he's looking to refine his mid-range jumper – and become more of a household name nationally.
The soft-spoken Davis, who naturally tries to emulate Tim Duncan both on and off the court, also will work on his footwork and strength.
``He's got a great body," Wolves coach Mike Mullins said. "He has tremendous upside and he has a number of Big Ten and some Big East teams after him. We're looking for him to bring a lot of energy this spring and summer."
Davis, who has already been offered a scholarship by Southern Illinois, according to Mullins, said he favors Purdue, Illinois and Dayton at this point.
``I'm going to wait until the spring and summer to see what happens," said Davis, who has a 2.8 GPA. "But those are the three I like right now."