Back in late April, Seton Hall suffered a key loss with 6’7 forward Tae Davis entering the NCAA Basketball transfer portal.
The freshman forward came into his own as the season went along, and finished the season with 13.3 minutes per game and just under three points and three rebounds per game with the Pirates.
What makes him unique is Davis having three more years of eligibility, many transfers we see around the college basketball landscape are grad transfers or guys who wish to play their senior year elsewhere.
Davis is a player with a great frame, great potential, and all the tools for an elite coach to develop into a stud player.
His brother Dre will remain at Seton Hall, so unlike his recruitment as a three-star out of Indianapolis, there will not be that package deal when it comes to Davis.
While the possibility of his return to Seton Hall could be entirely possible, he has seen interest from other programs around the nation and is beginning to go on some major visits for his recruitment.
His decision could be made quickly, or we could still be waiting a bit longer for Davis to make his final choice, but it is looking like he will be making another program happy next season.
Getting a year under a great coach like Shaheen Holloway has also helped Davis and his development, he became much more physical as the year continued and got some tough buckets.
The three-point shooting was not there for Davis, but there are plenty of teams out there that will be willing to go out and take on his talents.