A promising wing in the 2020 class, La Crosse (Wis.) Central small forward Jordan Davis is attracting a good mixture of high and mid-major interest early in his recruitment. Over the summer, Davis picked up his first scholarship offer from Wisconsin-Green Bay.

“It felt really great,” Davis told NY2LASPORTS.COM. “To get a scholarship to play basketball was amazing. It was a tremendous experience.  I’ve talked to (Wisconsin transfer guard) Trevor Anderson. He used to play there. He told me they have a great campus and the school is pretty nice.”

Davis is attracting interest from Iowa State, Marquette, Wisconsin, New Mexico State, and others this season.  The 6-foot-4, 190-pound sophomore plans to see the Golden Eagles later this month, along with his twin brother Jonathan Davis, also a top in-state recruit in the 2020 class.  “If we keep showing improvements, we can receive an offer from them,” said Davis. “We’re planning to visit in late December.”

Davis already visited Wisconsin for their showdown with Marquette earlier in December.  "It was a rivalry game, so I knew it was big," he said. "The atmosphere was still great. It was a fun experience to see them go at it.”

Davis also plans to see Iowa State this season.  “My dad has done most of the talking with the assistant coaches,” said Davis. “We haven’t connected much yet. I know Tyrese Haliburton, he’s going there. He likes it there. I heard it’s a great campus and a great team.”

When it comes time to make a decision, Davis said he’ll likely be consulting with his brother. Both are also standout football players and could attract Division 1 attention on the gridiron as well.  "We're both good at each sport,” Davis said. “Just whatever is best for us. I think we'll probably play together."

Davis played with the Wisconsin Playground Warriors during the travel season.