247Sport: Arkansas guard a five star to play for the Razorbacks the next season …….

247Sport: Arkansas guard a five star to play for the Razorbacks the next season …….

Johnell Davis Nil Deal, Net Worth in 2024, Salary, Endorsements, Charity  Work, Investments and More

The highest transfer signee in Arkansas basketball is choosing not to enter the NBA Draft and will play for the Hogs in the upcoming campaign.

HawgSports has been able to confirm that Arkansas guard Johnell Davis will play for the Razorbacks the next season and will not entering the 2024 NBA Draft. On April 30, Davis, who had earlier in the month visited the transfer portal, made his commitment to John Calipari and the Razorbacks.

247Sports reports that the 6-4, 203-pound guard has the highest rating of any player in the transfer site. This past season, he averaged career-highs of 18.2 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game. Davis made 48.3% of his field goals and 41.4% of his three-pointers. Davis is a seasoned guard with almost 120 games played who was instrumental in leading Florida Atlantic to the Final Four in 2023.

Johnell Davis scores 29 points in FAU's 80-76 win over North Texas

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2023–2024 (Senior at FAU):

First team of the 2024 NABC All-District 24
2024 Co-Player of the Year in the AAC 2024 First Team All-AAC (unanimous)

He was on the watch lists for both the Oscar Robertson Trophy All-America and the Naismith Midseason Player of the Year. He was also a top 20 finalist for the Wooden Award and a top 10 finalist for the Jerry West Award. among the top 15 in the AAC in terms of field goal percentage (4th, 48.3%), free throw percentage (2nd, 85.7%); scoring (4th, 18.2 avg.); defensive rebounds (9th, 4.88 avg.); rebounding (11th, 6.3 avg.); steals (12th, 1.44); assists (13th, 100 total), and double-doubles (13th, 3) began each of the 34

games and scored thirty-one times in double figures. three times scored thirty or more points, including thirty against UAB (Jan. 14), thirty against Arizona, and thirty-four against UTSA (Jan. 21). Was second on the team in rebounds (6.3), and led the team in scoring (18.2) and assists (100). shot a scorching 41.4% from 3-point range (58-140), 48.3% from the field (214-443), and 85.7% from the line (132-154). Three double-doubles were recorded: 17 points and 12 rebounds at Bryant, 24 points and 10 rebounds against College of Charleston, and 17 points and 11 rebounds at UAB. AAC Player of the Year twice

Week… First, on December 26, for his performance against Arizona, for which he was named the AP and Oscar Robertson National Player of the Week. 35 points against No. 4 Arizona equaled the record for the fifth-most points scored by an Owl in a single game. He became the 16th Owl to reach 1,000 career points during the game. Second (Jan. 29) following his 14 points against Rive and his game-winning 28 points against North Texas… With just 0.4 seconds remaining in the game against UNT, made a three-pointer to give the Owls thetriumph, in which he tied the career high with six triples made… Snatched up his 500th career rebound against ECU to become the fifth Owl in history to record 1,000 career points and 500 rebounds. had eight assists, a career high, against Tulane. MVP of St. Bonaventure’s Hall of Fame Classic game, with 16 points, 9 rebounds, and 4 assists… scored a game-high 29 points on 10-of-15 field goal shooting against UNT in the AAC Tournament. then played 18 in the AAC Tournament against Temple and 18 in the NCAA Tournament against Northwestern to wrap out the season.

First team of the 2023 NABC All-District 17
Conference USA 2023 Player of the Year, Sixth, 2022-23 All-C-USA first squad
2023 C-USA Every Team for Every Event
Had a significant role in Florida Atlantic’s 35-4 record, Final Four run, and greatest season ever for the university. played in sixteen starts over 37 games. led FAU in scoring, finishing sixth in C-USA with an average of 13.8 points per game. rated 14th in C-USA and second on the team in rebounddouble digits in 26 games, including four instances where he scored 20 points or more, including a career-high 36 points in a home victory over UAB. His 36 against the Blazers are only three short of the Owl record and rank fourth in FAU history for the most in a single game. Had a historic performance against FDU in the NCAA Second Round, being the first player to score more than twenty points, pull down ten rebounds, dish out more than five assists, and record more than five steals in an NCAA Tournament game since steals were first recorded as a stat in 1986. During the Owls’ three-game run to the C-USA Tournament championship, he averaged 16.6 points on 53.3% shooting and was named to the C-USAing, averaging 5.4 boards per game. ranked second in C-USA with an 85.5 percent free throw percentage.

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The entire tournament team His 56 steals were the eighth-most in an Owl season history, while his 509 points ranked 10th in the team’s all-time record. Finished the season with three double-doubles: 18 points and ten rebounds against Florida, 13 points and ten rebounds against FIU, and 29 points and twelve rebounds against Fairleigh-Dickinson in the NCAA. Against Memphis, he scored 12 points and pulled down five rebounds to start the NCAA Tournament… Finished with 15 points and 6 rebounds in the Sweet 16 victory over Tennessee. added 13 points and seven rebounds in Kansas State’s Elite 8 defeat. finished with three rebounds and eight points in a 72-71 Final Four loss to San Diego State.

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