Flyers guard Jordan Davis to transfer


DAYTON, Ohio – University of Dayton sophomore guard Jordan Davis has announced that he will transfer from the Flyer men’s basketball program.  

“We are very appreciative of Jordan’s contributions to our program over the past two years,” UD coach Anthony Grant said.  “He is a high-character young man and we wish him much success and happiness with his next opportunity and beyond.” 

Davis, a 6-foot-2 player from Irmo, S.C., is the only player from South Carolina to wear the Flyer uniform. He played in all 64 games of his career and started 54 in his two seasons at Dayton.  

As a freshman, he averaged 8.0 points and 1.0 rebounds a game.  As a sophomore, he averaged 9.8 points and 2.8 rebounds, while starting in 32 of 33 games played.  For his career, he shot .412 (199-483) from the field, .359 (110-306) from three-point range, and .711 (64-90) from the line.  

The Flyers improved seven wins in Anthony Grant’s second season as the UD head coach, finishing 21-12 and reaching the NIT.  Dayton was third in the Atlantic 10 Conference with a 13-5 record.  

The Flyers return three starters including All-A-10 performers Obi Toppin (first team and Rookie of the Year) and Jalen Crutcher (third team).  UD also returns five veteran redshirts who sat out 2018-19. 

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