Jamichael Davis 11 State 6 Pos 6'1" | PG | 2023 McEachern | AOT Injuries have hampered Davis throughout his senior season, but the Rutgers-commit was dynamic on Saturday, exploding for 23 points, 11 rebounds, 7 assists and 1 steal…
Injuries have hampered Davis throughout his senior season, but the Rutgers-commit was dynamic on Saturday, exploding for 23 points, 11 rebounds, 7 assists and 1 steal as he thrived in the up-tempo high-scoring affair with Oak Ridge which resulted in an 85-80 Indian victory. Jamichael useed his electric athleticism to beat his man to spots, hitting pull-ups going both left and right. When he wanted to, Davis could blast all the way to the rim in transition. His unselfish play paired with a pinpoint jumper was why McEachern was so efficient with their offense, scoring 50 points in the first half and 72 through three quarters. Davis is a game-changer when healthy, giving McEachern as talented as a roster there is in Georgia.
Another big-time athlete, Mier is at his best when attacking the rim and out-leaping opponents. Panoam erupts to the basket, elevating as he embraces contact. He does a great job crashing the offensive glass as teams fall asleep when he starts from the perimeter. Mier scored on three putbacks and four drives, finishing with 15 points, 9 rebounds and 2 assists. Continuing to add range and consistency to his outside jumper could put him in a whole other level of recruitment.
The Alabama A&M signee hit the only two jump shots Norcross made all game in a 69-57 loss to Pebblebrook. Bilal opened hot in the first half, scoring 10 of his 12 points. He’s a blur in transition, a crafty finisher that draws fouls. Bilal is a threat to score from all three-levels and often times can put his defender on skates when scoring off the dribble.
Points were at a premium in Milton’s 49-44 win at Pace Academy. Avery came up clutch in the fourth quarter, netting 7 of his 11 points while going 5-5 from the line. White made some plays downhill, squirting through the defense and showing an ability to convert tough baskets in traffic. He did a great job defensively disrupting the Pace Academy backcourt.
With 11 points, 9 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals and 1 block, Fitzgerald helped Milton grind out a win in a physical defensive battle. Seth fought hard to rip down rebounds in traffic and had to chin the ball and swing his elbows to get opponents away as each and every possession was hotly contested. Seth came up big when it mattered most, scoring all 11 of his points in the second half. He scored a key basket late, reading the defense and slipping toward the basket on a nice cut.