Trayce Jackson-Davis at the NBA Draft Combine this year has a different perspective than he did a year ago at this time when he decided to return to Indiana.

He spoke with Andy Katz in Chicago to reflect on that decision.

“It was the Lord’s plan, honestly, just being with Coach Woodson, and just talking to him and having him in my corner,” Jackson-Davis said. “Going into this last, my senior year, it was a great experience and just trusted the process and I benefitted from it.”

Jackson-Davis admits that teams will want to see him shoot, but also his weakside defense is a strength for his draft profile.

Jackson-Davis broke the Hoosiers all-time rebounding record and finished 3rd place all-time on the Indiana career scoring list, as he passed coach Mike Woodson in the process. He also became the first Indiana player in history to score over 2,000 career points with 1,000 career rebounds. And Jackson-Davis also was 1 of 5 players in B1G history to record 2,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds.