Davis has a nice 12-foot jumper and even a couple of low post moves, but if Davis had ever developed the kind of "in your face" tough guy persona the pros look for, he'd be a top-10 pick.
Instead, there is too much film of the former MSU star backing away from contact, and taking wild fall away attempts when the heat really was applied.
If only Davis had learned to jump into an opponents chest to initiate contact, to use the old Kevin McHale drop step move, or even a reliable jump hook, he'd be what ever team craves.
It isn't too late for Davis to develop those moves in fact, he'd better. There are no guaranteed contracts for players taken in the second round of the NBA draft. It would be great if Davis could get drafted by the hometown Pistons who will give him time to develop and play with some intense competition.
Here's a piece of advice for the big fella. Get a face mask to protect your jaw and nose, take this summer to work out, get stronger and perfect a little jump hook. Ask McHale to show you that drop step and don't shy away from contact.
If not, you might find yourself taking the road of another former MSU star, Charlie Bell. A few years in Europe can make you hungry enough to do what it takes to get into the NBA.