Posted On: 09/6/19 3:00 PM

Bogan 2020 small forward Kyndall Davis had a breakout spring and summer playing with All-In Athletics on the PrepHoops Circuit.  He took his game to another level especially with his perimeter jump shot becoming a consistent threat.  Davis has plus size on the perimeter and is a big time athlete with the potential to be an impact player on both ends of the floor at the college level.  We caught up with him to discuss his big spring/summer with AIA!

“I had a pretty successful summer.  Everything that I’ve worked on prior to it came in handy and I was with a program that allowed me to show everything I can do on the floor.”

Davis spoke about the strengths in his game at this stage.

“My jump shot and my defense has came a long way since last summer.  Coach Goodwin has taught me how to use my length to give opponents problems.”

What is the latest with his recruitment?

“UW-Milwaukee, Ball State, and NJIT are recruiting me hard as of right now, but I plan on taking visits this fall.  NJIT from September 13-15.”

The Bogan standout broke down all three of the schools pursuing him the hardest starting with NJIT!

“I like not only their basketball program, but they are a very good academic school.  Also their coaching staff reaches out to me often and I like the vibe that I get when I talk to them.”

Ball State

“What I like about Ball State is that it’s closer to home.  Not that distance is an issue, but once again the coaching staff talks to me regularly and it feels like they are making me a priority where it’s some schools that have offered that I hear from maybe a couple times a month.”

UW-Milwaukee

“I’m comfortable with their coaching staff.  It’s easy to talk to them.  It’s almost like I’m talking to family when I communicate with them.”

The senior wing told us what he is looking for in his future college home.

“I’m looking for a place where I will get a quality education while being able to succeed on the court.  Also I would like to feel at home with the coaching staff and I want to be able to fit in with the players and the playing style of the school.”

Davis checks in as the #17 overall prospect and #5 small forward in the new 2020 PHI Rankings.