The one-time Washington commit announced Saturday he will join the Cardinal.

Stanford adds yet another playmaker in their recruiting class.

Stanford basketball received a significant commitment on Saturday from four-star Seattle Garfield (Wash.) shooting guard Daejon Davis. Davis was a one-time Washington commit but asked for his release after head coach Lorenzo Romar was fired last week.

http://www.scout.com/college/basketball/recruiting/player/194306-daejon-...

Davis is the second top-100 commitment in the Cardinal’s class, joining Esperanza small forward and fellow four-star recruit Kezie Okpala. This is the fourth commitment of the class along with Oscar Da Silva from Bavaria and Isaac White from South Australia. 

https://twitter.com/DaejonDavis/status/848252450062483456

Scout analysis breaks down the newest Stanford commit as follows:

Daejon Davis is a versatile shooting guard whose best attribute may be the fact that he's a rare off guard who is such a good passer. He's very unselfish and always willing to give up an open look to create for someone else. Davis is also a talented scorer who can fill the rim from all three levels. The amount of ways he has to score or create off the dribble makes him a very tough player to defend. He's very young looking and could still grow.

Davis is coming off a senior season where he averaged 16.2 points, nearly five rebounds and nine assists per game. 


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