Northern Colorado’s Jordan Davis Is Posterizing EVERYBODY In the Big Sky Tournament

😮👀@UNCJD0 DID IT AGAIN!!!! #SCTop10 pic.twitter.com/o47bGKXVai

— UNC Men's Basketball (@UNC_BearsMBB) March 10, 2018

All eyes are obviously on the power 5 conference tournaments this week, but for a moment I want to head out to the Big Sky tournament in Nevada to introduce you to Northern Colorado’s dunking machine Jordan Davis. He’s quite literally been a human highlight reel this week in this tournament, putting down two of the nastier posters you’ll see all season.

The one above, from last night, immediately jumped to the top of the dunk of the year candidate. I’m not actually keeping track of the dunks of the year, but I’ll tell you I can’t remember one better than that. Pure filth. Put this video next to “posterization” in the dictionary. It might be cliche, but this is the purest definition of a poster dunk. Also, check the time and score. HUGE play in that game.

That wasn’t the only highlight dunk he had in this tournament this week. This one was from back on Tuesday where he pretty much did the exact same thing.

😮Wow just wow!!…the dunk by JD is #SCTop10 worthy. He makes the defender regret his decision to get in front of @UNCJD0 on the monster slam!!!! #SportsCenter you have to run this!! #GoUNCBears pic.twitter.com/tRYmQok4YQ

— UNC Men's Basketball (@UNC_BearsMBB) March 7, 2018

Now I know what you’re thinking. “We need to see this guy in the big dance throwing down hammers on a power 5 team”. The tournament makes superstars out of kids like this. Give him one chance to dunk on Grayson Allen or somebody and he goes down in history.

However, Northern Colorado ended up taking the L last night. Hopefully, this isn’t the last we hear from this kid.

Montana rallied from 6 points down with under a minutes to play, to defeat Northern Colorado in OT, 91-89. The Grizzlies advance to the Big Sky Championship game against Eastern Washington tomorrow, Saturday, March 10 at 8;00 ET on ESPNU. pic.twitter.com/7EEq0Vijci

— 🏀NCAAHoops24/7 (@NCAAHoops247) March 10, 2018

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— Jordan Davis (@UNCJD0) March 9, 2018