Davis will play in the Big East

For his final year of high school, Jeremiah Davis left his hometown of Muncie, Ind. to play out East. Saturday afternoon, he announced a college decision that will keep him playing in the East by picking Cincinnati.
A physical, 6-foot-3 combo guard at Huntington (W.Va.)Prep, Davis chose the Bearcats over finalist Oklahoma State.
Ranked #123 in the country, Davis has made noise over the past few summers while traveling with the mighty Indiana Elite group. A tough defender, he gets to the rim, likes to shoot mid-range pull-up jumpers and plays an aggressive style that should be a good fit in the Big East.
A three-star prospect, Davis joins four other three-star prospects -- Octavious Ellis, Ge'Lawn Guyn, Jermaine Sanders, Shaquille Thomas -- to make up the Bearcats early recruiting class.