Quinn checked out the '16 centers and has some extended thoughts:
I bet Beilein liked Davis’s passing skills. Also, he’s 16 – quite young for a high level junior basketball player, especially a big guy. He could still grow and could still see a lot of development in his body.
More on Davis: http://s180024.instanturl.net/bankhoopsnew/2015/05/06/michigan-standouts-from-spiece-run-n-slam/
You’re not going to win the Spiece marathon with just seven players, so the Mustangs acquitted themselves well given that circumstance by at least making it to Sunday. A recent U-M commitment, Davis struggled Friday night but got stronger as the weekend progressed. When he’s able to establish deep position and catch the ball cleanly, he scores consistently. He has a nice touch from the line, always a bonus for a big man. The Mustangs had two guys up front up aren’t afraid to hit you or take a hit, Davis and former Saginaw star Algevon Eichelberger. Plays hard and has a Big Ten body, so he has a chance as his skill and fitness levels continue to improve.