Jordan Davis, Wisconsin guard, decides on future after 3 seasons with Badgers
Jordan Davis is reportedly leaving Wisconsin after 3 seasons. The Badgers guard has decided to enter the NCAA transfer portal and look for opportunities elsewhere.
According to reports, Davis met with the UW coaching staff Thursday and decided he could find more playing time by transferring.
Jordan Davis met with #Badgers staff today.
Wasn’t a hostile exit or anything of that nature. Struggled with leaving Madison, UW.
Just looking to get more minutes elsewhere. Wants to make most of eligibility.
— Evan Flood (@Evan_Flood) March 30, 2023
Wisconsin’s basketball offseason is in for a shakeup, as Jordan Davis heads for the portal. Greg Gard with an important few months ahead after an NIT semifinal loss.
— Jesse Temple (@jessetemple) March 30, 2023
Davis saw his role increase over 3 seasons. Davis’ career began in the 2020-21 season when he played in just 13 games, averaging 1.5 minutes per contest. As a sophomore, he made 27 appearances, averaging 6.5 minutes per game.
Davis recorded his first starts as a junior. He made 35 appearances this past season, starting 18 games. He averaged 5.1 points and 3.5 rebounds over 20.6 minutes per game. Davis’ last start came on Jan. 25 at Maryland.
Davis posted his season-high in scoring (15 points) and minutes (38) in the Jan. 23 game at Northwestern.
We’ll see what’s next for Davis.