Former Pitt guard Khameron Davis will transfer to Weber State for his final two seasons of eligibility.
Davis, a 6-foot-4 guard, spent two seasons with the Panthers after being initially recruited to Pitt by former head coach Kevin Stallings.
He earned playing time as a true freshman, especially with his ability on the defensive side of the ball. Davis averaged 4.0 points and 2.8 rebounds per game while making 23 starts and averaging 24 minutes per game in 2017-18.
But in his sophomore season, the emergence of Xavier Johnson and Trey McGowens pushed Davis back in Pitt’s rotation. He played in just 26 games, made no starts, averaged 13 minutes and 2.5 points per game.
For 2019-20, incoming freshman guard Gerald Drumgoole should be able to absorb Davis’ role and then some as the most highly touted member of Pitt’s recruiting class.
In his time at Pitt, Davis established himself as a Division I talent after coming out of high school with few offers. The Highlands Ranch, Colorado native will also return to the western part of the country. Weber State is in Ogden, Utah.
Pitt still has four open scholarships as the signing period for the Class of 2019 remains open. Jeff Capel has received signed letters of intent from Drumgoole and Brooklyn wing Justin Champagnie and is waiting on one from Scotland Campus (Pa.) power forward Karim Coulibaly.