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Senior Standout: Grant Davison

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Change can sometimes be hard, especially for a kid coming to a new school and new team. But Grant Davison has transitioned just fine.

"Fit in really well. We played in a few tournaments this summer and everyone is really excited to have him here," said Mustangs head coach Mark Meyer.

"His height is definitely going to help. He's six foot four and can shoot the heck out of the basketball so that should add a different dynamic to the offense that we haven't had before," said senior guard Reid Nelson.

Davison is a welcomed addition to the Mustangs. He's a talented player that can do a lot of things on the basketball court.

"He can play out on the wing for us. We'll have him play the point at some time and if teams press us he can bring the ball up. We don't have a ton of size so if guys get into foul trouble we could use him in the post as well. So, I think we'll use him all over the court," said Meyer.

"The impact I want to make is to just show our talent and what we have but we need to work hard in and out of each day," said Mustangs senior Grant Davison.

With his talent, Davison will be a key player for the Mustangs, as well as an important leader.

"I'm just trying to play whatever they want me to do. I'm just trying to be a leader by not really talking so much as just showing it each day," said Davison.

"Quiet kid but he's more of a leader by example at this point and I think that'll progress as the year goes on and he gets more comfortable. We sure are counting on him for a lot of production this year and his leadership," said Meyer.

Davison and his new teammates still have work to be done. But if all goes to plan, the Mustangs could be a legitimate contender and Davison would be a big part of it

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