|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 11 Inch|
|Birth Name||Kendric Davis|
|Birth Place||Houston, Texas|
|Famous Name||Kendric Davis|
An American college basketball player Kendric Davis is currently attending Texas Christian University and plays for the TCU Horned Frogs Basketball team as a guard. Earlier, he attended Sam Houston High School and also played for the team.
Davis initially revealed that he would enter his name for the NBA Draft 2020. But why did he withdraw? What is his source of earnin currently? Read the biography to know about him in detail.
Kendric Davis is a college basketball currently playing for SMU. He doesn't have any source of earnings as he plays for his college team. However, he gets all the benefits and needs from his college. SMU has provided him the scholarship for education and also gets the facilities like fooding, clothing, and accomodating.
Initially, he planned to go for the NBA Draft which he later canceled. Had he been in the Draft, he would have been picked in the second or third round. With the contract from the NBA team, he would probably earn about $565,000 annually which is the minimum wage allocated for the NBA players. Besides, he would also have to spend most of his time in the G-League.
The college point guard is 19 years and is a star player of SMU. He is not married but could be in a relationship with his girlfriend as he is a popular figure in his college. As he is still young, he has not talked about his relationship and girlfriend. He is quite focused on his career as he is planning to start his professional career.
Kendric will definitely reveal his love of life as soon as he develops his career. The Houston product stands at the height of 5 feet 11 inches and his body weight is 180 pounds.
The TCU guard was born on May 14, 1999, and is the son of John Davis (father) and Patricia Davis (mother). He was born in Houston, Texas to American parents, so, he holds and American nationality while he belongs to African ethnic background.
He attended Sam Houston High School where he was a star basketball player. After his high school, he was a four-star recruit by ESPN, 247Sports, and Rivals and was also nominated to the McDonald’s All-American Game. Kendric then joined TCU where he played his junior year and transferred to SMU. He was one of the PG during his sophomore year throughout the country and decided to enter his name for the NBA Draft. However, he later withdrew and decided to return MU for junior season.