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.
Pondexter donned the purple and gold from 2006-10 and his name can be found etched all over the UW record book. He finished his Washington career with 1,786 points, which ranks fifth all-time. Pondexter recorded 83 career double-digit scoring games in a UW-record 136 games played while his 30 career 20-point nights rank fifth.
University of Washington head coach Mike Hopkins has added transfers Terrell Brown, Jr. (Arizona), and Emmitt Matthews, Jr. (West Virginia), along with Samuel Ariyibi (NBA Africa Academy) to the Husky family, the program announced Friday. All three will be immediately eligible for the 2021-22 season.
At his assistant coaching stops at New Mexico, Pepperdine, Louisville, Loyola Marymount and Cal prior to being named the head coach, Jones helped his programs reach 20 wins each season while also developing some of the best big men in the country. He's been a member of numerous NCAA tournament teams along with helping the Cardinal win the NCAA Championship in 2013.
The Huskies head man and players met with the media to discuss their 98-95 defeat against the Utah Utes.