A Look At Xavier Musketeers' Dee Davis For the Upcoming Season

By Trevor Lowry
Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Dee Davis may not be the returning leading scorer or anything like that, but he is still a great player for the Xavier Musketeers and he should have a good year in the 2013-14 college basketball season.

Davis was third on the team in scoring with 8.2 points per game. He also had 3.4 assists per game, which was good enough for second best on Xavier.

Davis will not be relied on to score the ball the most on the team, but he will likely take a larger role in the upcoming season. With that in mind, he did average 28.8 minutes per game. However, the Musketeers should let him fire away even more from behind the arc, as he made 35 last season. He shot 36.8 percent from deep range.

Brad Redford made the most threes on the team last season and that should be Davis’ role in the upcoming one.

Xavier had a very disappointing year last season. Going into the season, I am sure it was not expected to have a record of 17-14, but that was the case anyways.

The Musketeers are set to get back on track in the 2013-14 season, and a big season out of Davis would help towards that.

With that said, Semaj Christon will be expected to do the most, as he was the leading scorer this past season with 15.2 points per game.

Whether the case, the Big East will be a very competitive conference and Xavier will have to get a whole lot better if it even plans on finishing in the top five of the conference standings.

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