Times Basketball Player of the Year Nick Davidson often spends time shooting by himself in the school's old gym.
Andrean's Nick Davidson will play his college ball at Valparaiso next season.
The Times Indiana boys basketball Player of the Year is Andrean's Nick Davidson. He scored over 1,600 points, had over 500 rebounds and over 400 assists in starting all 99 games as a 59er.
PENDLETON | Munster boys basketball coach Mike Hackett was selling T-shirts in the hallway, so his junior point guard, Michael Schlotman, could've gotten away with a little razzle dazzle on Wednesday night.
VALPARAISO | When Chicago point guard Lexus Williams gave his verbal commitment to the Valparaiso men’s basketball team last week, it looked like at first glance that Bryce Drew was picking up some insurance in case Andrean star Nick Davidson decided to reopen his recruitment.
Bryce Drew didn't wait long to prove that he could recruit in his own backyard. The Valparaiso coach received a verbal commitment Tuesday afternoon from Andrean junior Nick Davidson, a 6-foot-4 guard who is considered one of the top Indiana high school players in the Class of 2013.
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