Looking Ahead: R.J. Davis

UNC guard ' lows last season included some struggles, but the highs showed glimpses of what could come down the road. It revealed the 6-foot guard from White Plans, NY, can get on hot streaks shooting from the perimeter, and once the game started slowing down, he found ways to get off less contested shots more so than earlier in the season. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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