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.
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.
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.