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 Greg Davis 32
Greg Davis
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Arlington, Texas

High School:
Martin HS

Last College:
New Mexico

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 230

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
12/10/1978

Experience:
1L

Senior set to return to natural forward position in 2001-2002 after playing primarily as center last season? Projected starter at either power forward or small forward? Impresses coaches with defense and rebounding skills? Good outside shot for a big man, made 13 3-pointers last season? Played first season at Baylor as junior last year, redshirted in 1999-2000 after transferring from New Mexico? Played under current Baylor head coach Dave Bliss for two seasons at UNM? Part of postseason teams in all three seasons of play, two NCAA appearances with Bliss at UNM, and NIT last season.

2000-2001 (Junior): Started all but one game as junior in first season at Baylor in 2000-2001? Played all 31 games and averaged 9.2 points (fourth on team) and 6.1 rebounds (second on team) last season? Led team in blocks with 38, ranked eighth in Big 12 with 1.23 per-game average? 38 blocks ranks as 10th best single-season total in school history? Registered first career double-double with 15-point, 12-rebound performance in loss at Texas A&M? 12 rebounds at Texas A&M marked career best? Played perhaps finest game of season in postseason NIT game against former team New Mexico, totaling 17 points (6-of-9 field goals), eight rebounds, a block, a steal and only two fouls while playing all 40 minutes? Scored career-high 18 points, hit 5-of-6 field goals and 7-of-9 free throws and grabbed eight boards in loss vs. Oklahoma? Scored in double figures in 13 games? Scoring average in Big 12 games 9.6, third on team? Shot 31 percent (13-of-42) on 3-pointers, the fourth-best total on squad? Averaged 34.8 minutes in Big 12 games? Three times totaled four blocks, vs. St. Edwards, at Iowa State and vs. Texas Tech? Totaled 109 personal fouls and fouled out of 10 games last season, both team highs? Suffered dislocated left shoulder in preseason, missed exhibition games but played in season-opener.

1999-2000 (redshirt): Sat out the 1999-2000 season after transferring to Baylor from the New Mexico, in compliance with NCAA's Division I transfer policy? Was redshirted to retain a season of eligibility.

1998-99 (Sophomore - New Mexico): Played in 32 games, earning eight starts, on head coach Dave Bliss' UNM squad that advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament? Averaged 3.5 points and 4.2 rebounds in 22.3 minutes per game as a sophomore? Shot 60.6 percent from the field (43-for-71) and recorded 27 blocks? Recorded career highs with 14 points and three blocks against UT-Pan American in 37 minutes of play... Pulled down a career-high 11 rebounds against Northeastern... Turned in his best all-around performance of the season at Washington with 12 points on 6-for-8 shooting, eight rebounds and four assists in 33 minutes off the bench... Had four offensive rebounds, two assists, two blocks and a steal in 26 minutes against Fresno State at home... Recorded two assists, two steals and one block in 11 minutes at San Diego State... Had 12 points, five assists and two steals in 37 minutes against Arkansas-Pine Bluff... Pulled down seven rebounds against DePaul, plus a key tip-in and steal in the final minutes of the 82-81 win.

1997-98 (Freshman - New Mexico): Played in 23 games, averaged 7.7 minutes, 2.0 points and 1.2 rebounds as a true freshman coming off the bench... Totaled a season-high eight points to go along with four rebounds vs. San Jose State... Scored six points in a season-high 21 minutes against UTEP at home... Six points and a season-high five rebounds against Holy Cross... Registered five points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals against Air Force... Pulled down five rebounds in 12 minutes against Southern California.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played on three consecutive district championship teams at Martin High School in Arlington, Texas... Coached by Danny Husband at MHS? Averaged 13.8 points per game his senior season, playing both forward spots... Earned all-district and all-region honors after leading MHS to a 20-11 record as a senior in 1996-97... Averaged 10 points and eight rebounds playing post and power forward for Martin's 23-8 team as a junior.

PERSONAL: Mother, Brenda, played four years for the All-American Redheads, an Arkansas-based touring team (she had to dye her natural brown hair for games)? Uncle, Glen Moon, played basketball at Auburn in the 1970s? Born 12-10-78 in Arlington, Texas? Son of Ron and Brenda Davis of Arlington, Texas? Majoring in speech communications.

DAVIS? CAREER STATS

	??TOTAL??	??3-PTS??	?REBOUNDS?
Year	GP	GS	Min	Avg	FG	FGA	Pct	3FG	FGA	Pct	FT	FTA	Pct	Off	Def	Tot	Avg	PF	FO	A	TO	Blk	Stl	Pts	Avg
1997-1998 (UNM)	23	0	175	7.6	18	41	.439	5	17	.294	4	5	.800	9	20	29	1.3	17	1	10	10	8	4	45	2.0
1998-1999 (UNM)	32	8	714	22.3	43	71	.606	0	5	.000	25	47	.532	46	88	134	4.2	77	2	34	23	27	17	111	3.5
1999-2000 (Baylor)				redshirt
2000-2001 (Baylor)	31	30	1005	32.4	104	196	.531	13	42	.310	63	102	.618	51	138	189	6.1	109	10	45	65	38	36	284	9.2
Baylor Career	31	30	1005	32.4	104	196	.531	13	42	.310	63	102	.618	51	138	189	6.1	109	10	45	65	38	36	284	9.2
Career	86	38	1894	22.0	165	308	.536	18	64	.281	92	154	.597	106	246	352	4.1	203	13	89	98	73	57	440	5.1

DAVIS? CAREER BIG 12 STATS

	??TOTAL??	??3-PTS??	?REBOUNDS?
Year	GP	GS	Min	Avg	FG	FGA	Pct	3FG	FGA	Pct	FT	FTA	Pct	Off	Def	Tot	Avg	PF	FO	A	TO	Blk	Stl	Pts	Avg
2000-2001 (Baylor)	16	16	557	34.8	56	109	.514	8	21	.381	33	48	.688	38	64	102	6.4	62	8	23	36	20	18	153	9.6	       
Big 12 Career	16	16	557	34.8	56	109	.514	8	21	.381	33	48	.688	38	64	102	6.4	62	8	23	36	20	18	153	9.6
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