Received a sixth year of eligibility from the NCAA in August after a bout with Hodgkin's Lymphoma... A streaky three-point shooter who opponents can ill-afford to leave open... Plays the passing lanes well and gets his hands on numerous passes... An experienced player who provides leadership and backcourt stability... Has the ability to get to the rim and finish... Earned a trip to the 2009 Final Four after being named the USBWA's Most Courageous Award
As A Senior (2008-09 Season) Was the 2009 recipient of the USBWA's Most Courageous Award... Was also one of 12 finalists for the V Foundation Comeback Award... Played in eight games and averaged 2.5 points and 1.8 rebounds... Played 12 minutes in the season opener vs. UC San Diego (11-15-08) and recorded two points and two rebounds... Recorded season highs in points (9) and rebounds (5) vs. Fresno State (11-22-08) off the bench... Dished a season-high one assist vs. Western Carolina (11-28-08) in the quarterfinals of the Great Alaska Shootout... Logged three points and two rebounds, along with one assist and steal apiece vs. Seattle (11-28-08) in the semifinals of the Great Alaska Shootout... Played a season-high 20 minutes and tallied three points, three rebounds and two assists vs. Hampton (11-29-08) in the championship game of the Great Alaska Shootout... Made a three-pointer for the third straight game, his longest streak since the middle of the 2007-08 campaign at Northern Colorado (12-3-08)... Contributed two rebounds and a steal in six minutes vs. San Diego (12-6-08).
As A Junior (2007-08 Season) Saw action in all 33 games, making five starts... Scored in double figures 11 times and had at least one steal in 23 contests, including 12 with multiple thefts... Tallied at least one three-pointer in 20 games... Averaged 7.5 points and 2.7 rebounds... Connected on 39 three-pointers, the second most on the team and 25th-most in a single season in SDSU history... Attempted 117 three-pointers, which ranks 22nd on SDSU's single-season list... Started his Aztec career by scoring five points and grabbing three rebounds off the bench vs. Liberty (11-9-07)... Tallied 10 points vs. Portland (11-10-07)... Scored 15 points at Fresno State (11-11-07)... Scored 15 points and added four rebounds vs. UCSD (11-17-07)... Connected on a career-best five treys en route to a game-high 17 points at California (11-24-07)... Recorded personal bests with six rebounds and three steals in his first start as an Aztec at LMU (11-28-07)... Matched his career high with three steals in a starting role vs. Western Michigan (12-1-07)... Logged his third-straight start and scored a game-high 16 points vs. UC Riverside (12-4-07)... Came off the bench to set career highs in points (19) and field goals made (8) vs. Saint Mary's (12-8-07)... Was 3-for-5 from beyond the arc en route to 15 points vs. Navy (12-17-07)... Drained a career-best six free throws at Arizona (12-22-07)... Matched his personal best with three steals, while contributing 12 points and five rebounds vs. TCU (1-5-08)... Scored a game-high 18 points during a career-long 27 minutes vs. Northern Colorado (1-9-08)... Tied a career high with six rebounds at New Mexico (1-12-08)... Tied career highs with six rebounds and three steals vs. Air Force (2-6-08)... Scored 15 points at TCU (2-9-08)... Made his second straight start vs. New Mexico (2-13-08)... Scored six points and matched his season best with two assists vs. BYU (2-23-08)... Posted his 11th game with multiple three-pointers after going 3-for-7 vs. Colorado State (3-1-08)... Marked his 19th game with at least one three-pointer vs. AFA in the MWC quarters (3-13-08)... Had two steals against BYU in the MWC semis (3-14-08)... Totaled five points at Florida (3-19-08) in the NIT.
As A Sophomore at College of Southern Idaho (2006-07 Season) Was ranked by Rivals.com as the nation's 11th-best junior college player... Helped the College of Southern Idaho (CSI) to a 30-7 record and an appearance in the semifinals of the 2006-07 NJCAA National Tournament... Finished his sophomore campaign as the team's second-leading scorer averaging 15.3 points and led the Golden Eagles with 70 steals... In 30 games, he also averaged 4.6 rebounds, 2.0 assists and shot 47.6 percent from the field... Led the team in scoring 11 different times and posted a season-high 27 points in CSI's victory over Colorado Northwestern CC... Chose SDSU after receiving interest from Georgia, Iowa, Iowa State, Miami (Fla.) and Mississippi.
As A Sophomore at UTEP (2005-06 Season) Utilized his redshirt season in 2005-06 before transferring to CSI.
As A Freshman at UTEP (2004-05 Season) Averaged 1.8 points and 0.8 rebounds while averaging 6.2 minutes in 24 games as a freshman in 2004-05... Recorded 16 assists and 12 steals... Had five dunks, the second-most on the team... Made his first start vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State and had six points, two assists and two steals... Scored a career-best nine points against Tulsa (1-8-05) and Occidental College (12-21-04)... Grabbed a personal-best four rebounds vs. Alabama St. (12-27-04) and Rice (1-6-05).
High School Prepped at Sacred Heart in Waterbury, Conn., where he was a three-time all-state, all-league and all-city player for head coach Bill Martin... His senior season he averaged 29.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 3.0 blocks... As a junior, he averaged 24.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists, 4.0 steals and 4.0 blocks... Had averages of 15.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists, 5.0 steals and 3.0 blocks during his sophomore campaign... Had prep-bests of 40 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists... Hoop Scoop tabbed him as a first-team all-New England player in 2003 and a second-team pick in 2002... Voted to the all-tournament team at the 2003 adidas Big Time Tournament in Las Vegas, Nev., while playing for the Connecticut Select team... A top-70 performer at the 2002 ABCD Camp in Hackensack, N.J.... Was a McDonald's All-American candidate in his senior year... A member of the honor roll and dean's list.
Personal Full name is Kelvin L. Davis, Jr.... Born March 15, 1984, in Waterbury, Conn.... Son of Doris Davis and Clinton Beasley... Studying history at SDSU.