Feb. 11, 2002
On Wednesday, February 13, Wyoming senior forward Josh Davis drops by ESPN.com's moderated chat room presented by TheMWC.com to take questions on the 2001-2002 season and more.
Often, players are judged by their scoring and rebounding averages alone, but there are few players who can do it all. Wyoming's Davis is one of those players, who can do it all.
It's not that Davis doesn't have impressive scoring and rebounding numbers. Hehas scored 1,330 career points and carries a 12.8 career scoring average. He also has 862 career rebounds, which averages out to 8.3 rebounds a game for his four-year career. But during his Wyoming career he has proved to be much more than a scorer and rebounder. Davis enters this week ranked among the Mountain West Conference leaders in seven of the 12 individual statistical categories including, scoring (17th), rebounding (fourth), blocked shots (third), defensive rebounding (fifth), field goal percentage (fourth), offensive rebounding (ninth) and steals (11th).
He also ranks among the Top 15 in five career categories in University of Wyoming history: scoring, 14th, rebounding, fifth, games started, first, blocked shots, third, and steals, fourth.
Davis and Marcus Bailey rank as the only two current NCAA Division I teammates to have each scored 1,000 career points.
The Salem, Ore., native won't be stopping by until 2:15 p.m. MST on Wednesday, February 13, but feel free to leave your questions now and we will save them for his arrival.