Washington State cut the lead to three with under a minute remaining, but the Huskies executed a picture-perfect press break that led to a thunderous dunk from Matthews Jr. and a roar from the home crowd. The emotional, come-from-behind rivalry win had the Huskies feeling confident heading into a big stretch on the schedule.
Terrell Brown Jr. scored 21 of his 30 points in the second half and overtime for Washington (2-2), but it wasn't enough as Wyoming prevailed, 77-72, to escape Alaska Airlines Arena with a win over a Pac-12 squad.
At 6-foot-3, 190 pounds, Davis is known as an all-around floor general who knows how to run the offense and is like having another coach on the floor. He is also known as an on-the-ball lockdown defender. While at Stanford, he averaged 10.3 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 2.9 assists in 13 games last season. Davis earned a Communications degree at Stanford and will have one full year of eligibility to play for the Washington Huskies, after taking advantage of the extra year due to the NCAA Covid-19 pandemic rule for eligibility.
Wilson is currently ranked the #1 JUCO (junior college) power forward and also the #2 overall JUCO player in the nation according to 247Sports Composite JUCO. He was formerly committed to Alabama before changing course and deciding on the Huskies.