James Davis Has Weapons Charges Dropped

Gopher commitment James Davis, a 7-foot-0 center who signed with Minnesota in the early signing period, had weapons charges against him dismissed in Hennepin County District Court Wednesday. Judge John Q. McShane ruled Wednesday that police had no probable cause for the vehicle stop and search that resulted in Davis being charged with a gross misdemeanor.

James Davis committed to Minnesota after visiting the campus in September. He left Garden City (KS) CC after an altercation with Broncbuster teammate B.J. Walker.

Davis had averaged 11.7 points, 9.5 rebounds and 1.7 blocked shots per game as a freshman for the Broncbusters. He left Garden City and attended Los Angeles Southwest (CA) CC for a week before returning to Garden City. Speculation is that he could wind up at JC power Schoolcraft (MI) CC, now that his legal issues have been resolved.

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