2011-12 Second-team All-Ivy League ... graduated as the second-leading scorer in program history (1,550), third in field goals made (545) and second in 3-pointers made (276) ... played in more games than any player in program history (122) ... one of two players in program history to have four seasons of at least 50 3-pointers ... started all 32 games ... had 25 double-digit scoring games ... career-high 31 points at Evansville in the first round of the CBI and followed it with 20 points at Pittsburgh in his career finale ... scored 21 points at N.C. State on Nov. 16 ... had five 3-pointers at N.C. State and again at Rutgers on Dec. 7 .. put in seven 3-pointers on the way to 23 points at Siena on Dec. 22 ... had 25 points at Florida State on Dec. 30 ... reached 20 points with 5-of-7 shooting from distance against Dartmouth on Feb. 10 ... scored 20 against Columbia on Feb. 17.
2010-11 Started 31 of team's 32 games, all except senior night ... had 13 points in the NCAA Tournament game against Kentucky ... hit the buzzer-beating jumper in the Ivy League playoff vs. Harvard on March 12, sending the Tigers to the NCAAs ... scored double digits in 21 games with a high of 23 points on Nov. 24 vs. Presbyterian ... had an assist in 28 of 32 games with a high of four at Wagner on Dec. 17 and in the season opener against Rutgers on Nov. 12 ... hit six 3-pointers at Monmouth on Dec. 8 ... had six steals against Dartmouth on Feb. 5 ... had a 3-pointer in 29 of 32 games ... passed the 1,000-point mark on Feb. 8 vs. Penn, becoming the first Princeton junior since 1990 to reach the thousand mark ... finished the season in 15th place on the school's career scoring list with 1,110 points.
2009-10 Second-team All-Ivy League ... Ivy League Player of the Week Feb. 1 ... played in all 31 games and started 26 ... scored the most points through his first two seasons at Princeton, with 728, since Chris Young '02 (801) ... with 395, scored the most points of any Tiger in a single season since 2004 (Judson Wallace '05, 413) ... 74 three-pointers were the fourth-most in a season in Princeton history ... scored 20 points or more six times on the season and led or co-led Princeton in scoring in 15 games ... started the season by co-leading the team 16 points in the Nov. 14 opener at Central Michigan, scoring the go-ahead layup, getting a blocked shot and hitting two free throws in the final 30 seconds ... scored double-digit points in 19 games ... season-high 23 points came in win over Lafayette Dec. 6, hitting seven three-pointers ... made 87.3 percent (55 of 63) free throws overall and 96.3 percent (26 of 27) between the Ivy season and postseason.
2008-09 Ivy League honorable mention ... first freshman in program history to lead the team in scoring at season's end (12.3 ppg) ... had the third-highest scoring season for a freshman in Princeton history with 333 points ... three-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week (Nov. 17, Dec. 15, Mar. 2) ... Ivy League's top scoring freshman (ninth overall) ... scored 25 points in collegiate debut vs. Central Michigan on Nov. 14 ... topped that with 27 points at Manhattan Dec. 14, going 6 for 9 from beyond the arc ... scored double-digits in 20 of 27 games played ... started the first 22 games and entered as a reserve in the last five ... led the team in scoring in 11 games ... was the only Tiger to score a point in all 27 games ... had a field goal in 26 of 27 games.
In High School Played last two seasons of high school at The Hun School in Princeton ... previously played at Prep Charter in Philadelphia for one season after starting high school at Abington Friends School ... NJISAA Prep “A” state champions and league champions in 2007 at Hun ... Prep Charter won a PIAA title in 2006 ... scored more than 1,000 points during high school career.
Full name is Douglas Decoster Davis ... born July 10, 1989 ... parents are Douglas and Dorothy Davis ... has a younger brother DeOliver and a sister Drew ... sociology major.