A.J. Davis

by Wheat Hotchkiss
Pacers.com Writer/Editor

A.J. Davis

Source: James Madison University Athletics

June 25, 2013

School: James Madison
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 210 lbs
Class: Redshirt Senior
Points Per Game: 12.2
Rebounds Per Game: 3.6
Assists Per Game: 0.7
Steals Per Game: 1.3
Blocks Per Game: 0.4
Turnovers Per Game: 1.7

Senior (2012-13): 2013 CAA Tournament's Most Outstanding Player after averaging 20.7 points in three games on 62 percent shooting... Invited to participate in Portsmouth Invitational Tournament (PIT) as 64 college seniors compete in front of NBA scouts and representatives of all 30 teams... Richmond Times-Dispatch Honorable Mention All-State... Named CAA's 6th Man of the Year by CollegeHoopsDaily.com... Game-high 26 points in CAA Final win over Northeastern... Ranked 196th in the country with 2.00 three-point field goals per game... Within the CAA, ranked 17th scoring (12.1 points/game), seventh field goal percentage (.481), 11th steals per game (1.3), fourth three-point field goal percentage (.372) and fifth in three-pointers per game (2.0)... During the 18-game league schedule, ranked 19th in scoring (12.9/game), sixth field goal percentage (.489), 14th steals per game (1.2), ninth three-point field goal percentage (.387) and fifth in three-pointers per game (2.3)... Finished career ninth all-time in three-point attempts at JMU with 348... Finished with 10th-most season three-point attempts in JMU history with 188... Set a JMU senior class record and tied for third overall in school history with 35 games played... Named Second Team Preseason All-CAA... Matched his career average with 16 points in JMU's season-opening loss at UCLA... Led JMU in scoring for the first time with a season-high 17 points in home win over East Tennessee State... Had all 18 of his points in the second half, making all four three-point attempts, as JMU rallied for a win over San Jose State... First career double-double at JMU with 16 points and 10 rebounds in win over UNCW... Had eight points vs. Hofstra with deep three-pointer with eight minutes to go giving him 1,000 career points... 23 second-half points for a JMU season-high 27 against William and Mary, including 7-of-10 shooting from the arc... Second season double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds in loss to Georgia State... Career-high 36 points at William and Mary finale to earn CAA Player of the Week, also career-high three blocks and four steals... 20 points, five boards anf four steals in CAA Quarterfinal win over William and Mary... Game-high 16 points anf four steals in CAA Semifinal win over Delaware... Led all players with 26 points along with seven rebounds and two steals in CAA Championship win over Northeastern

Junior (2011-12): Finished fourth for average scoring (15.9) in the CAA, ninth for average field goals (.437%), 14th for free throws (.735%), tied for seventh for average steals (1.7), 13th for three-pointers (1.7)... Finished seventh for average scoring (15.1%) in CAA league games, 15th for field goals (.413%), tied for ninth for steals (1.7)... Led the team with 24 games of 10+ points and 11 games of 20+ points... Led the team with nine games of four or more steals... Two games with at least five assists... 21 games hitting four or more three-pointers...Led team with a .735 FT%... Led team with a .437 FG%... 21 points at La Salle for first player to open JMU career with consecutive 20-point games since 1989-90 and first open a season with back-to-back over 20 since 1995- 96... After hitting five three-pointers in two full seasons at Wyoming, went 5-for-8 from the arc in loss to Robert Morris. Finished with 22 points to become first player in program's Division I history to begin his JMU career with three straight over 20.... Made it four in a row over 20 career high 29 points in win over Rider, including 8- for-9 from the three point line... Named CAA Co-Player of the Week after averaging 23.3 points and going 16-22 from the arc... 19 points with season highs of seven boards and four steals in loss at William and Mary... Filled the score sheet with 24 points, career-high-lying eight rebounds, double his career best with seven assists, two steals and a block while playing all 40 minutes against Hofstra... Career-high 30 points shooting 4-for-7 from arc with six boards against Delaware... 26 points at Detroit with three steals moving him into second in JMU season history with 53

(2010-11): Redshirted season as Division I transfer from Wyoming

Sophomore (2009-10) at Wyoming: Third-leading scorer averaging 10 points in 22 games with 19 starts...Did not appear in final eight games for the Cowboys... Started first 14 games, during which time he averaged 13.2 points per game... career high 26 points with six rebounds and three steals against Adams State... Averaged 16.8 points during a four-game stretch in late November against Denver (19), Monmouth (10), Hampton (18), and Pepperdine (20)... Led Wyoming or shared the lead in steals in a game eight times while averaging 1.7 per game

Freshman (2008-09) at Wyoming: Averaged 2.8 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 12.1 minutes per game in 30 appearances with three starts... Posted career highs of 14 points and seven rebounds in first career start against Johnson & Wales... Scored seven points against Utah in Mountain West Conference Tournament as well as six points in the opening round of the CBI postseason tournament vs. CAA foe Northeastern

Personal: Son of Inetta Ferguson... Sociology major

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