Micah Shrewsberry inherited a decimated roster when he took the Notre Dame job but has done a credible job of rebuilding so far.
He did it partly by bringing players from Penn State, or who had committed to Penn State, including his son, Braeden.
With his latest acquisition, D’Ante “Tae” Davis, Shrewsbury now has enough players to officially practice 5-on-5, and the talent looks reasonably decent.
Davis is a 6-9 native of Indianapolis where he played at legendary Lawrence Central and Warren Central before heading off to Seton Hall to play for Shaheen Holloway. You’ll remember Holloway took the job at his alma mater after a star turn at Saint Peter’s.
Last year the Pirates finished 17-16 and Davis got 13.3 minutes but only averaged 2.8 ppg and 2.8 rebounds. His brother Dre, a junior, was also on the team and he’s staying.
Dre started at Louisville and Tae had committed there in early December, 2021. About five weeks later, Chris Mack was fired and Davis ultimately followed his brother to the Hall before his latest move.
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