5 things you should know about D'Andre Davis, the newest Nebraska basketball commit

Nebraska basketball got itself a new commit right in the middle of the football team's game against Minnesota.

The Nebraska basketball team got a bit of an unexpected surprise when 2020 prospect D'Andre Davis committed to the Huskers on Saturday. Check out the most pertinent info about the newest addition to the Nebrasketball family.


He committed on his official visit

Davis was in Lincoln during the Huskers' football game against the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Before he left town, he was a Husker.


He's a bit under the radar

Keep in mind the small forward cannot sign a letter of intent for another year so it makes some sense he's not getting big schools after him just yet. Still, some Cornhusker fans might be a bit disappointed the small forward isn't getting big school's offers yet. Bradley, Ball State and Toledo are the biggest names that have offered him so far.


He's among Indiana's most talented

He might be a bit under the radar but the Nebraska basketball team has secured Indiana's 5th ranked player in the class of 2020. He's also among the top 30 small forwards in the country. Davis is a kid that could be getting more attention as we move closer to his class being ready for college ball


He was likely sold on the Cornhuskers a while back

The visit this Saturday was his second after taking an unofficial on September 1. He came here for a camp and to watch what turned into a canceled game against Akron.


He's the second commit for the 2020 class

Davis is now officially the second commit Tim Miles has gotten for the 2020 class. The Indiana small forward joins in-state prospect Donavan Williams as commits for that class.

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