M. Basketball: Jordan Davis

Jordan Davis

Position: G
Ht.: 5-10
Wt.: 210
Hometown: Tampa, Fla.
Previous School: College of Central Florida/Sickles HS
Eligibility: Sr.
Major: Human Performance

As a Senior: First team All-Sunshine State Conference…Daktronics second team All-South Region…Two time SSC Player of the week (1/19, 2/23)…One of only two players to start all 28 games, averaging 37.5 minutes per competition… Recorded an average of 15.6 points a game making him the second leading scorer as well as the second leading rebounder on the team with 7 per contest, 203 assists on the year and 48 steals…First Team All-SSC…Daktronics All-Region Honors… Nominated Player of the Week twice…Had an assist to turnover ratio of 2.2…Lead the team in assists, steals, and defensive rebounding with 7.3 assists, 1.7 steals and 6.1 defensive rebounds per game… Began the season with 20 points and 8 assists versus North Alabama (11/14)…The second game of the year Davis had his career high of 34 points against Alabama Huntsville (11/15)…Had a season high of 11 rebounds against Saint Leo (1/14) and Nova Southeastern (3/6)… Registered a Triple Double with 10 rebounds, 10 assists and 15 points vs. Cedarville (12/21)… Season high of 12 assists was registered against TAMU-Kingsville (12/16)… Recorded double figure scoring in 23 of the 28 games, 6 of the games having 20 plus points and registered 8 double-doubles for the year… In the Conference, Davis was ranked 3rd in assist/turnover ratio, 3-point FG’s made and free throw percentage…6th in the Conference in scoring, 4th in rebounding and 2nd in assists.

As a Junior: Second-team all-SSC...SSC all-newcomer team...SSC all-championship team...Started all 30 games, averaging 35.2 minutes per contest… Averaged 11.3 points and 6.4 assists per game… Registered 13 points, three steals, 10 assists, and six rebounds in Spartan debut vs. Southeastern (11/12/13)… Scored a season-best 22 points vs. Miles (12/21/13)… Had 18 contests scoring in double figures… Marked a season-high 15 assists and zero turnover performance at Nova Southeastern (2/22/14), tying second in Spartan history for most assists in a contest… Tallied 10 or more assists five times… Grabbed a season-best 17 rebounds against Florida Southern (2/26/14)… Tied second in Spartan history for most steals in a game with seven vs. Florida Tech (2/8/14)… Marked eight or more rebounds eight times… Shot a perfect showing from the charity stripe 12 times… Shot 60 percent or better from three-point range four times… Recorded 11 points and nine rebounds in NCAA South Regional opening match vs. North Alabama (3/15/14)… Scored 14 points in SSC Championship contest vs. Florida Southern (3/9/14)… Named to the 2014 SSC All-Tournament Team… Totaled 56 steals and 193 assists… Finished third in the conference in assists, fourth in free-throw percentage, fifth in steals, and first in assist/turnover ratio… Ranked 11th in the nation is assists… Earned spots on the SSC All-Newcomer Team and SSC All-Conference Second Team.

As a Sophomore (CCF): Attended the College of Central Florida where he helped lead the team to the NJCAA national championship… In 23 games at CCF, Davis averaged 6.3 points, 3.6 rebounds and 7.3 assists. He ranked 20th in the nation in assists…Recorded first triple-double in CCF history…Named team MVP.

As a Freshman (MU): Attended Monmouth University…Saw action in 14 games during the 2010-11 season. Also starting five games, averaged 6.5 points to go with 47 assists and 19 steals…Among his starts were a pair against Rutgers and Villanova…Twice scored a season-high 12 points as a freshman…Earned an invitation to play in the FACA North vs. South all-star game.

High School: A graduate of Sickles High School, where he played for coach Renaldo Garcia…Four-year letterwinner who led the Gryphons to a 94-23 mark as a starting point guard during each season…Team won four district titles, and claimed a state runner-up finish in 2010…Averaged 15.0 points, 7.0 assists and 6.0 rebounds in his senior season…Following his senior campaign, he was named Tampa Tribune, St. Petersburg Times, American Conference and Suncoast Player of the Year.

Personal: Son of Donny and Sandy Davis…Human Performance major…Birthdate: 10/2/1991.

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