“Really they want me to be another ball-handler, like they way they used Khadeen [Carrington] and Isaiah [Whitehead]” Davis said.
The newest Seton Hall Pirate is Dashawn Davis @ramstv2Kevin Willard loves tough NYC guards pic.twitter.com/NY5JcexDkF — Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) November 27, 2018
Davis becomes Seton Hall’s first pledge in the Class of 2019. They are still awaiting word on Orangeville Prep forward Tyrese Samuel, who is considering Seton Hall, Pittsburgh and Wake Forest. “Oh man, he’s going to be a two-way player, he’s going to be able to create more shots for the shooters that are there and mainly his toughness,” said Our Savior coach Peter Wehye. “That’s the biggest part, that’s what they love about him the most.” Wehye said Davis signed “over the Thanksgiving holiday because we wanted to keep it a secret because we wanted him to celebrate.” Said Lightning director Dana Dingle: “He brings toughness and versatility on both sides of the ball.” Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter And Like ZAGS on Facebook
Dashawn Davis knocks down the pull up three but Our Savior Lutheran still trails by 18. pic.twitter.com/SbBLgCA6zD— Whistle 2 Whistle (@W2WSportsBlog) March 11, 2018