Texas is on the board with its first commitment in the 2015 class as four-star guard Eric Davis committed to head coach Rick Barnes and the Longhorns during a press conference at his high school on Tuesday night.
A native of Saginaw, Michigan, the 6-foot-3 Davis announced his decision at his high school, Saginaw Arthur Hill.
The No. 52 prospect in the class, according to Rivals, is one of the better guards in the class and chose Texas over LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, North Carolina State and UNLV. Kentucky showed interest in Davis and had him to campus for an unofficial visit but the Wildcats ultimately never offered Davis a scholarship.
Davis made multiple unofficial visits to in-state Big Ten powers Michigan and Michigan State and official visits to UNLV (August 8th) and Texas (August 30th) during the recruiting process.
Eric Davis, a four-star shooting guard in the Class of 2015, will announce his college decision next Tuesday at his school, Arthur Hill High (Michigan), which was announced through the basketball team’s Twitter account on Tuesday night.
In August, Davis listed his final seven schools with Kentucky, Michigan, Michigan State, N.C. State, Texas, UCLA and UNLV making the cut.
“All the schools basically have the same thing in common,” Davis told Cory Butzin of MLive.com at the time. “I could see myself playing in that jersey, and I have a good relationship with the coaches.”
The 6-foot-2 point guard is listed as the No. 52 overall recruit, according to Rivals. As a junior at Arthur Hill he earned Class A Player of the Year honors after averaging 27 points, five boards, four assists per game. In the Nike EYBL, Davis averaged 17.4 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game for The Family.
Eric Davis is one of the best guards in the 2015 class and the native of Saginaw, Michigan had a strong summer.
The 6-foot-2 guard is being recruited hard by the Michigan schools as N.C. State, Texas, UCLA and UNLV work to get him out of the Midwest. Davis is currently regarded as the No. 39 prospect in the 2015 class, according to Rivals.