2. Terence Davis (G): Ole Miss
Although an older prospect at 22 years old, Terence Davis is flying up draft boards. At 6’4″ with a 6’9″ wingspan, Davis should be a versatile player at the next level.
Playing both guards spots in college, he has proven he can be efficient both on and off of the ball. Davis is a very strong player who is an extremely crafty scorer and can create his own shot. He also should translate to being an effective player in the pick-and-roll game in the NBA.
Having 3-and-D players in the NBA is becoming extremely important. Davis has the potential to be an excellent 3-point shooter as well as defender early in his professional career. With his length and athleticism, Davis should be able to guard point guards, shooting guards and even some small forwards.
A four-year college player, he improved drastically ever season, showing he has the work ethic and ability to consistently grow as a player. Davis has looked extremely impressive in workouts, showing his athleticism and potential on both ends of the floor. It seems every week his draft stock is rising even more.
In his senior season, he averaged 15.2points, 5.8 rebounds, and 3.5 assists per game. Davis shot 37.1 percent from deep on 5.3 attempts per game. He also earned 2018-19 All-SEC Second Team honors last season, which is extremely impressive considering some of the players in that conference including P.J. Washington and Grant Williams.
If a team is looking for a potential 3-and-D player who already has a ton of basketball experience, Davis may be their guy.