Dee Davis

Xavier Musketeers #11 - Guard

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 161

Looking Ahead: Perimeter Players

The 2013-2014 season is done and dusted, so here is our first look at what the next year might hold for Xavier. We'll start with the perimeter players.

Big East Tournament: Xavier v. Marquette Breakdown

A big win likely seals Xavier's place in the NCAA tournament field.

Behind Enemy Lines: Xavier

Our O-H-I-O friends give us the rundown on Xavier's first season in the Big East, and what to expect from them going forward.

A Look at Xavier's Three-point Offense

Is three-point shooting the problem when Xavier's offensive goes south? If so, who is responsible?

Xavier v. Georgetown: Complete Breakdown

I hope we look back at this game as rock bottom rather than the start of a season-ending slide.

Xavier v. DePaul: Breakdown and Highlights

Xavier needed to win this game and they did, but questions still remain as X hits the road to Georgetown.

Xavier Looks to End Skid against Providence

The Musketeers Attempt to End a Three Game Losing Streak

Xavier 84-74 DePaul: Recap

That wasn't fun to watch, but Xavier is now 5-1 in the Big East and tied for the conference lead. Once again in Big East play, Semaj and Justin Martin carried the scoring load.

Darwin's Evolution

Darwin "Dee" Davis, Jr. has grown from a 5'11" change-of-pace guard to the straw the stirs the drink for Xavier. Here's how it happened.

1.16 Around The Big East

Only one game last night, but hoo boy...


We're going on a tropical excursion. Don't drink the water.

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