Trayce Jackson-Davis turned things up for Indiana last week, guiding the Hoosiers to a pair of key wins in helping the team get back on track.

Early in the week, Jackson-Davis came up with a big road performance with 35 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 blocks in a win over Illinois. That performance included a brilliant 15-for-19 shooting effort from the field.

To follow that up, Jackson-Davis played 39 minutes against Michigan State with 31 points in a home victory. He rounded out that double-double with 15 rebounds, 4 assists and 5 blocks to help Indiana improve its win streak to 3 games.

Jackson-Davis finished the week with game averages of 33 points, 12 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 4 blocks while shooting 64% from the field. He has since earned Player of the Week honors from ESPN, the Naismith Awards and March Madness for his hot streak.

With Indiana back to .500 in league play (4-4), the Hoosiers will face Minnesota on the road and Ohio State at home this week. We’ll see what Jackson-Davis can dial up moving forward.