Joe Davis - 23
Though small in stature, Joe Davis comes up big on the court. One of the most exciting offensive performers on the team, his long-range shooting skills and explosiveness off the dribble have made him a favorite of Viking fans. With a year of collegiate basketball experience, look for him to take on a bigger role on the floor this year.
Moved into the starting lineup at off-guard early in the season, starting 19 of the final 20 games.
Came off the bench in the regular seson finale vs. Youngstown State (2/24/07), snapping a streak of 18 straight starts.
Was third on the team in scoring (9.2), ranking second on the team in free throw percentage (51-66, .773).
Led the Vikings with 17 points at Cal State Northridge (2/17/07).
Scored 12 points in 12 minutes at Youngstown State (1/20/07).
Tallied 17 points, including 15 in the second half, vs. Wright State (1/18/07), going 7-for-13 from the field.
Led CSU with 18 points at Loyola (1/4/07).
Scored 12 points, going 5-for-10 from the field, vs. West Virginia Tech (12/30/06).
Totaled 12 points with three rebounds vs. Chicago State (12/19/06).
Broke a stretch of four straight games scoring in single figures by tallying 12 points at Ohio State (12/9/06), going 5-for-9 from the field.
Paced CSU with 17 points vs. John Carroll (11/22/06), going 6-for-9 from the field and 4-for-4 from the line with a career-high 6 rebounds.
Came off the bench to score 11 points in win over Miami (Fla.) (11/19/06).
Scored nine points in 19 minutes vs. Notre Dame College (11/13/06).
Made his Viking debut a memorable one, scoring 19 points vs. George Mason (11/11/06), the third-highest scoring total by a CSU freshman in his first game. Also tied a school freshman record with five three-point field goals.
Earned first team all-state honors from the Associated Press as a senior at Warrensville Heights High, playing for coach Vince Johnson.
Averaged 28.1 points, 6.7 rebounds and 4.2 assists as a senior, shooting .560 from the field, .828 from the line (140-169) and .495 from three-point (50-101).
Was named both the league and district MVP as a senior.
Earned special mention all-state honors after averaging 26.0 points a game as a junior.
Played his first two seasons at Glenville High School, lettering twice in both football and basketball.
Played AAU basketball for the Shooting Stars, a Cleveland-based team.
Named Best Playmaker at the Five-Star Camp held at Robert Morris University in 2005.
Voted the tourney standout at the Kingwood Classic in Houston during the summer of 2005.
Born April 21, 1988 in Cleveland, Ohio. . . son of Jimmy and Iris Davis. . . has one brother. . . is the cousin of both former CSU player Damon Stringer and NBA standout Jalen Rose. . . was a member of the merit roll in high school. . . undecided on a major.