While their stats were similar at half, Gamble was the clear winner of the first session. Davila looked a little nervous and had trouble making moves with out getting stripped.
The second half was much different as Gambled battled foul trouble and a more aggressive Davila. Starmount's big man showed some aggression and began using a variety of pump fakes and jump hooks to score in the paint.
As the game went Davila continued to get better. His most impressive points came off an up and under move using the rim to shield Gamble.
Davila finished with 23 points (11 of 16) and 7 rebounds while Gamble went for 13 points (5 of 9) and 2 boards.
Overall Davila still has some work to do as a prospect. At times he has trouble handling the ball and feeling out the game, but that should improve with experience. In this contest it took Davila some time to get warmed up and adjusted to the level of competition that's not something he'll have the luxury of doing when he gets to the next level.
At this point he's receiving interest from a number of levels. He clams scholarship offers from North Carolina State, Wake Forest, Virginia, UNC Charlotte, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Memphis, VCU and Appalachian State. When asked specifically about Wake Forest's interest Coach Phillips said, "It's been very intense."