Another early entry — that’s 13 in a row if you’re counting at home — Davis heads north as Chris Bosh insurance. Or perhaps as a definite attempt as a replacement, since few people believe Bosh will be back in the dinosaur uniforms next season.
There were high expectations for Davis (6-10, 225) entering his Tar Heels career, and you could argue that he never lived up to them. He doubled his scoring as a sophomore to 13.4 points per game and shot a high percentage from the floor but he never dominated (though he blocked 129 shots in two seasons).
Davis broke the lunate bone in his left wrist late last season and ultimately played only 23 games.