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Prospect Profile

Brandon Davies

  • Full Name: Brandon Davies
  • Position: Power Forward
  • Height/Weight: 6-10 / 242
  • Birthdate: July 25, 1991
  • College: Brigham Young
 

Strengths
- 7-1 wingspan
- Great competitor
- Explosive athlete
- Active on the glass
- Emerging post game
- Midrange face-up skills
- Good passer

Weaknesses
- Has to get stronger

NBA projection 
Davies, who had been projected in the second-round-to-undrafted category, boosted his stock considerably when he earned MVP honors in the Portsmouth Invitational. In three games he averaged 20.6 points, 9.3 rebounds and shot .676 from the floor.

2012-13 Season
Davies was a first-team All-West Coast Conference pick after scoring in double figures 35 times, include 15 20-plus points games.

Key statistics
17.7 ppg | 8.0 rpg | 2.4 apg | 2.5 tpg | 1.0 spg | 29.3 mpg | .522 FG | .357 3PT | .682 FT

Cool statistic
Davies finished among the top 15 in WCC statistics in scoring (fifth), rebounding (third), field-goal percentage (fifth), assists (14th), steals (10th), blocked shots (seventh), offensive rebounds (11th) and defensive rebounders (fifth).

Reminds me of...
Paul Milsap

What Insiders Say
BYU coach Dave Rose
"This year's draft is probably set up pretty good for a guy like Brandon because the last 20 or 30 or 40 picks in this draft aren't set in stone,” Rose told the Deseret News. “There are probably 70 or 80 guys that could go in those spots."

What Outsiders Say
Weber State coach Randy Rahe
“We played him one-on-one to start the game because he’s so good when you double him because he’s such a good passer and then we got him going [Davies scored a career-high 33 points]. Credit goes to Brandon. He played terrific. I wish we would have [Kyle Tresnak] in there a little more, but part of that is Brandon got him in foul trouble.”

-- Profile by Chris Dortch, editor of Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook. Follow him @cdortch.

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