Chicago point guard makes his choice

[rl]By the time Sunday ended, three members of the 2013 Rivals150 had made their decisions. Getting the final nod of the day were Archie Miller and Dayton.
After visiting a little over a week ago, six-foot tall point guard Kyle Davis from Chicago (Ill.) Morgan Park became the first member of the Flyers 2013 recruiting class.
The No. 105 ranked player in the Rivals150, the four-star prospect cited several reasons for making his pick.
"The style of play and they were at all my games this summer," Davis told of why he picked Dayton. "How they welcomed me with open arms before I even committed."
An explosive southpaw who is capable of playing either the point or sliding over to the two, Davis is a natural scorer. He's quick with his first step, gets to the rim and is a streaky outside shooter who plays the game in attack mode.
When he gets to Dayton, Davis is hoping to pick up where a departing Chicago area product will have left off at the point.
"I hope just to come in and take over what Kevin Dillard started," said Davis. "It feels great to be able to have a big impact like this."