Post by GBPhoenix1 on Sept 16, 2018 10:11:06 GMT -6
I like his game, seems like a great fit for RP40. He might not be that tall but he gets to the rim and that mid range game on the baseline is sweet. I kind of like the lefty factor, a different look for defenses to go against.
Also, I am happy the program is back into the high school recruiting scene!
Post by phoenixsupporter on Feb 18, 2019 16:07:03 GMT -6
Amari Davis plays for Trotwood-Madison which is on the west side of Dayton with a population of 24,000. They play in the Greater Western Ohio Conference which has 20 schools divided into 4 divisions. It is predominately Division 1 (largest schools) and a few Division 2 teams. 4 Divisions in Ohio. Trotwood is D2 and 2 years ago lost in the semifinals of the state tournament & last year lost in the championship game, both times to Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary which has won the state in Ohio more than any other school. Akron St. V-St. M is where LeBron James played. All of Trotwood-Madison's stats and Amari's stats can be found at www.gwocsports.com. They are 20-2 and ranked #1 in the state polls for D2 teams (actually tied with Columbus South). Team averages 103.7 ppg (32 minute games in Ohio). Amari averages 30.1 ppg., shooting 58.9% on FG & 74.6% on FT, 7 rpg., & 6.4 steals/game. Xenia has a 6'5" guard Curtis signed with Cincinnati and Trotwood won both games 95-60 & 113-89. Amari had 33 points each game and 9 & 6 steals. Curtis had 20 points & 9 turnovers and 28 points & 11 turnovers in the two games.....he averages 34.4 ppg. Vs. Sidney who is ranked 10th in D1, Trotwood won 90-69. Sidney guard Gordon who signed with Virginia Tech had 10 points with 8 turnovers. Amari had 36 points on 17/25 shooting with 6 steals. In a 88-91 loss to Dayton Wayne (D1 power where Trice boys played), Amari had 43 on 19/26 shooting. Plays vs. great competition on a very successful team it looks like.