Shorty after reopening his commitment from Nebraska, D’Andre Davis has committed to Louisville and head coach Chris Mack on Sunday. Davis is a 6’5” guard/forward of Lawrence Central High School in Indianapolis and played with the Indy Heat.

The quick turnaround in schools comes after Davis took his official visit to Louisville this past weekend. The Cardinals wasted no time and offered Davis right after he opened up his recruitment. “Louisville started recruiting me really hard after I decommitted. They showed how much they wanted to have me,” Davis said. 

This was the seniors first visit since opening up his commitment from Nebraska. He did have official visits schedule to Xavier and Purdue over the next two weekends but decided those trips were not needed.  When asked why he decided to make a commitment before the other two visits Davis said “I understood that my heart was at Louisville…I want to play under Coach Mack and have no doubts in my heart about the decision.”

When talking about why he picked Louisville, the reasoning went well beyond the hardwood. “They have what I want to major in and they can put me in a positon to come out of college with a job.” 

On the basketball side, Davis liked the Cardinals because “I feel as though I can grow the most as a player.” The coaching staff was a big selling point, “I just know how much they care for the players and understanding that they are going to push me non-stop to achieve my goals. This means a lot”

Davis will join junior college product Jay Scrubb in Mack’s 2020 recruitment class. Scrubb is a sophomore at John A. Logan College (IL) and widely considered the top junior college player in the nation.