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May 9, 2017

PITTSBURGH – Pitt has added combo guard Khameron Davis to the incoming class of 2017, head coach Kevin Stallings announced Tuesday. The lengthy athlete out of Colorado becomes the sixth member of the Panther recruiting class, joining Rivals Top 100 point guard Marcus Carr, big man Terrell Brown, junior college standout Jared Wilson-Frame and fellow spring signees Peace Ilegomah and Shamiel Stevenson.
“Kham is a nice late find for us and gives us another young player with the ability to play multiple positions on the floor,” said Stallings. “He has the mindset and wing span to be a disruptive defender on the perimeter and is a hard worker with a tremendous upside. We expect him to be another strong piece for us as we continue to build this program.”
Davis, a 6-4 guard with a 6-10 wingspan, capped off his high school career by spending a year at Forest Trail Academy in Kernersville, N.C. During his time with the Golden Knights, Davis helped lead the team to a 27-11 finish and the 2017 Slam City National Prep School Championship. At the conclusion of the tournament, Davis was crowned MVP. In just one season at Forest Trail, Davis averaged 17.0 points, 6.0 boards, 3.0 assists and 2.5 steals per game.
Prior to making the move to North Carolina, Davis spent one year at Sunrise Christian Academy in Kansas where he helped his team finish 27-8 overall. Davis started his high school career in his home state of Colorado at Valor Christian High School. He had a standout junior season, averaging 14.7 points and 5.0 rebounds per game, while earning second team all-state 4A (CHSAA) honors.
Davis chose Pitt over Texas Tech and a number of mid-major schools.
Davis Joins Pitt’s 2017 Recruiting Class

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