Dashawn Davis, a class of 2021 basketball prospect who was offered by Oregon State just one week ago, announced on Twitter that he will decide between the Beavers and Seton Hall later this year for where he will continue his collegiate career.
Davis, a native of the Bronx, New York, played his high school basketball at Our Saviour Lutheran High School and originally committed to the Pirates for their 2019 class, where his former high school teammate and one-time Oregon State target Jared Rhoden was already playing.
However, Davis never landed in South Orange and instead played last season at Trinity Valley Community College in Texas. He averaged 21.3 points, 6.1 assists and 4.1 rebounds per game last year for the 18-13 Cardinals, all while shooting a stellar 50.8% from the field.
With his previous commitment to Seton Hall, it’s expected that the Pirates could have the edge here over the Beavers and EagleInsider.com’s Tyler Calvaruso, a 247 Sports contributor, has already predicted that Davis will end up back in the Garden State.
He spoke to Adam Zagoria of Zagsblog about his current recruiting process, stating his final choices and what he likes about both programs.
“My final two schools are Seton Hall and Oregon State. I like that Seton Hall has a winning culture, it’s close to home and the ball will my in my hands. I like that Oregon State is in the Pac-12, one of the best conferences in the country. And also Coach is gonna put the ball in my hands and expect me to make plays and be an impact player from day one. I plan on committing after I can take visits.”