#2. Trayce Jackson-Davis shows his power and leads the Hoosiers
Looking at Trayce Jackson-Davis’ stat line of 18 points on 9-for-13 shooting from the field, 12 rebounds, four assists, one steal, and five blocks. I would say that’s an average game for Jackson-Davis, which sounds crazy.
He didn’t dominate the game with his scoring, but more so his strength and leadership on the floor, especially when it was needed most after losing three straight games.
Jackson-Davis showed flashes of brilliance in the post, with spin moves and great footwork, but for Indiana basketball to succeed, the Preseason Big Ten Player of the Year needs to be a leader on both ends of the floor.