Former Garfield star Daejon Davis declares move to Washington men’s b-ball group

Daejon Davis’ hit or miss, relationship with the Washington men’s ball group is back on.

The previous Garfield High star, who twice dedicated to the Huskies before a four-year spell at Stanford, is moving to UW.

In a tweet on Tuesday morning, Davis declared his arrangements to play at Washington next season and expressed: “Life takes you unexpected places. It’s the LOVE that brings you home.”

Davis, a 6-foot-3 point watch, arrived at the midpoint of 10.3 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.9 assists while shooting 45% from the field, 35.9% on three-pointers and 81.1% on free tosses in 13 games last season.

Five years prior, Davis endorsed with Washington during a service at Garfield High, which incorporated his Bulldogs colleague Jaylen Nowell, who likewise joined the Huskies.

The previous four-star possibilities were two of the marquee initiates in a 2016 UW enrolling class that likewise included Michael Porter Jr. what’s more, was positioned No. 2 in the country by ESPN.

Notwithstanding, the class self-destructed when previous mentor Lorenzo Romar was terminated in March 2017, and after one month Davis got his delivery from Washington and endorsed with Stanford.

During the previous four years with the Cardinal, Davis, who is required to acquire a Communications degree from Stanford, has been a consistent donor while beginning 97 of 103 games and averaging 10.3 points, 4.2 assists and 3.6 rebounds.

Davis, who is No. 39 on Stanford’s profession scoring list with 1,064 points, has been a dependable hostile choice who shot 43.8% from the floor, 35.2% on three-pointers and 70.6% at the line. He’s likewise a solid defender with 134 steals that positions seventh unequaled among the Cardinal.

Notwithstanding, Davis had issues as a playmaker and has found the middle value of 3.1 turnovers during his Stanford profession.

Following a terrific beginning last season when he found the middle value of 13.8 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.8 assists while beginning the initial five games, Davis missed 13 of the following games 15 games because of a vague physical issue and corrective disciplinary activities.

Twice during the season, Stanford mentor Jerod Haase said Davis was “not meeting program standards” when gotten some information about his nonattendance.

Davis fell off the seat in five of his next eight games for Stanford, which got done with a 14-13 record and tied for 6th in the Pac-12 at 10-10. He was scoreless in his last two Cardinal appearances on a joined 0-for-4 shooting.

In six games against Washington, Davis found the middle value of 11.3 focuses, 5.0 bounce back and 5.3 helps while posting a 5-1 record.

Subsequent to losing six players through moves, the Huskies are storing rookies with binds to Seattle, including Arizona move Terrell Brown Jr. furthermore, West Virginia’s Emmitt Matthews Jr., who featured at Garfield High and Tacoma’s Wilson High, individually.