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(2019) PF Trayce Jackson-Davis to INDIANA

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Trayce, Race, X, JHS, Gallo, Bates, JG, Leal would be a great top 8 next year. Rob, Kopp, Parker, and Durr gone

 

I'm speculating that both TJD and X will leave after this year.....but if TJD were to come back he'd probably want to know that X is returning as well

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39 minutes ago, Henryville Hoosier said:

Is there any chance Trayce comes back next year especially if they win a couple games in the NCAA tournament?  

He's probably gone, but we're going to have really good momentum going into next season now.  That can be a huge factor into these decisions.

If his performance in the BTT and NCAAT plays himself into the first round of mock drafts, he might take a chance and bolt though.

Still, I believe we are 1 or 2 pieces away from being a top 4 B1G team next year if he and Race return.

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25 minutes ago, Loaded Chicken Sandwich said:

Trayce Jackson-Davis committed to Indiana exactly 4 years to the day... Tonight we play UNC.

Points- 1682.... He is 49 points from passing Christian Watford for 10th in career scoring. 

Rebounds- 837.... He is 24 from moving into 7th and on pace to each 1000 career rebounds, being just the forth IU player behind Alan Henderson, Walt Bellamy and Kent Benson. If he picks up the pace in rebounding, could threaten to take over #1 all time. 

Blocks- 183.... He is 10 away from passing Dean Garrett for 6th, 12 from passing George Leach for 5th and 13 from passing DJ White for 4th. He needs to pick up the pace a bit but will need 50 more blocks to pass Jeff Newton for 1st.

I remember thinking at the time that his commitment was going to be more valuable than Romeo's. It hasn't been easy, but it looks like Trayce has a chance to play for a special team this year. I think if he can lead IU to a B1G title at minimum, we are looking at him as one of the best in this program. 

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26 minutes ago, Loaded Chicken Sandwich said:

Trayce Jackson-Davis committed to Indiana exactly 4 years to the day... Tonight we play UNC.

Points- 1682.... He is 49 points from passing Christian Watford for 10th in career scoring. 

Rebounds- 837.... He is 24 from moving into 7th and on pace to each 1000 career rebounds, being just the forth IU player behind Alan Henderson, Walt Bellamy and Kent Benson. If he picks up the pace in rebounding, could threaten to take over #1 all time. 

Blocks- 183.... He is 10 away from passing Dean Garrett for 6th, 12 from passing George Leach for 5th and 13 from passing DJ White for 4th. He needs to pick up the pace a bit but will need 50 more blocks to pass Jeff Newton for 1st.

Oh how I dream of one more year

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40 minutes ago, HoosierFan1994 said:

I remember thinking at the time that his commitment was going to be more valuable than Romeo's. It hasn't been easy, but it looks like Trayce has a chance to play for a special team this year. I think if he can lead IU to a B1G title at minimum, we are looking at him as one of the best in this program. 

He is such an easy guy to root for as well. He hasn't been just a stat stuffer on a bad team, he has been a stat stuffer in spite of the bad teams. So, it sucks that his legacy to this point is tainted because of the lack of success, as I believe he is amongst the best to play here. Not his fault that the coaching and roster have been incompetent 

Hope he wins big this year and removes any doubt. 

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So did the math if Trayce can keep up the pace with his stats. Maintain his averages. He will take first in rebounds and blocks in 32 more games. We would need deep runs in both tourneys but it’s possible. 
 

Still need another year if we want to get #1 in points. 

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21 hours ago, IUc2016 said:

He is such an easy guy to root for as well. He hasn't been just a stat stuffer on a bad team, he has been a stat stuffer in spite of the bad teams. So, it sucks that his legacy to this point is tainted because of the lack of success, as I believe he is amongst the best to play here. Not his fault that the coaching and roster have been incompetent 

Hope he wins big this year and removes any doubt. 

Well said

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4 hours ago, Brass Cannon said:

So did the math if Trayce can keep up the pace with his stats. Maintain his averages. He will take first in rebounds and blocks in 32 more games. We would need deep runs in both tourneys but it’s possible. 
 

Still need another year if we want to get #1 in points. 

Could you imagine seeing "Trayce Jackson-Davis is your #1 scorer in Big Ten history."

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On 11/30/2022 at 9:55 AM, Loaded Chicken Sandwich said:

Trayce Jackson-Davis committed to Indiana exactly 4 years to the day... Tonight we play UNC.

Points- 1682.... He is 49 points from passing Christian Watford for 10th in career scoring. 

Rebounds- 837.... He is 24 from moving into 7th and on pace to each 1000 career rebounds, being just the forth IU player behind Alan Henderson, Walt Bellamy and Kent Benson. If he picks up the pace in rebounding, could threaten to take over #1 all time. 

Blocks- 183.... He is 10 away from passing Dean Garrett for 6th, 12 from passing George Leach for 5th and 13 from passing DJ White for 4th. He needs to pick up the pace a bit but will need 50 more blocks to pass Jeff Newton for 1st.

That was in 2 seasons!!  Hope Trayce climbs all these lists. Great all-around player. 

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