After trailing 17-16 with 11:10 to play in the first half, Arkansas exploded and outscored the Rebels 39-18 the rest of the first half and 94-63 the rest of the game for an impressive 110-80 victory Wednesday night in Bud Walton Arena. Sophomore Anthlon Bell had his best game as a Razorback on...[details]
2012 (Junior): Led the team in steals for the second consecutive season with 54 played in all 32 games, making 26 starts averaged 6.5 points and 1.5 rebounds per game finished second on the team with 30 three-pointers ranked ninth in the SEC in steals per game (1.7), the best average by a Razorback since 2007 reached double figures 10 times had a steal in 27 games, including 13 of the multiple variety third on the team with 55 assists, leading the team four times hit a three-pointer in 19 contests played 30+ minutes nine times scored double figures in the first half alone three times, beginning with 10 points against No. 24 Wisconsin (Nov. 24) scored a season-high 17 points, including 14 in the first half, against Northwestern State (Dec. 29) on 7-of-8 from the field, to go along with a career-high six assists and four steals picked up 100th career steal in a double-overtime win against Auburn (Jan. 16) in which he scored 12 points scored in double figures in back-to-back road games at Vanderbilt (Feb. 9) and Auburn (Feb. 13) hit 100th career three-pointer at LSU (Feb. 27) during a 15-point night on 3-of-7 from deep knocked down 3-of-5 from three en route to 14 points in the regular season finale against Texas A&M (March 9) tabbed the No. 3 pure shooter by Bleacher Report prior to the season named the top shooter in the SEC and an honors candidate in the preseason by Lindys.
2011 (Sophomore): Improved his three-point shooting by 27 percent and shooting by eight percent between freshman and sophomore seasons led the SEC in three-point percentage at 47.6 percent, making him the third Razorback to lead the SEC in a season averaged 10.8 points and 1.8 rebounds led the team in minutes, average minutes, three-pointers taken, made and percentage, free throw percentage and steals scored in double figures 21 times scored a career high 20 points on 7-of-10 shooting and 4-of-6 three pointers against Mississippi Valley State was perfect (5-of-5) from three at Georgia on way to 15 points scored 12 points and dished five assists in Arkansas upset of No. 25 Mississippi State scored 18 points in Arkansas win at Auburn, connecting on 7-of-9 free throw attempts led Arkansas in scoring five times ranked 26th in the SEC in scoring, tied for seventh in the SEC and 179th nationally in steals and fourth in the SEC and 134th nationally in three-point field goals made given team free throw award by Razorback coaches.
2010 (Freshman): One of five players and the only freshman to play in all 31 games averaged 4.0 points and 1.2 rebounds with 25 steals shot 87.2 percent from the free throw line (41-47) career high 11 points including 7-of-8 from the free throw line against Seton Hall scored nine points against Georgia, going 2-of-4 from the floor and 4-of-4 from the charity stripe career high four steals against No. 25 Texas A&M career best three defensive and five total rebounds against North Carolina A&T while also matching a career best with two steals and dishing a career best four assists named one of the toughest perimeter defenders in Athlons preseason prospectus.
Personal: Son of Cannon and Pamela Davis born June 1, 1991 he is majoring in criminal justice.
High School: Spent his final season of high school at Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy averaging 20.1 points, 4.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 5.0 steals per game Named to the all-prep team and led Hargrave to the National Prep Tournament Final Four played at Memphis Mitchell High School prior to his senior year averaging more than 23 points per game as a junior three-time all-district and all-regional performer for Mitchell all-state as a freshman and the freshman of the year for class AA four star recruit by Scout.com and the No. 23 shooting guard in the nation Rivals.com has him ranked as the No. 4 best defender among shooting guards stating full of passion for the task and blessed with natural defensive ability, Wade will give SEC guards headaches Rivals also ranks him as a three-star recruit and the No. 27 shooting guard signed with the Razorbacks after also considering Alabama, Baylor, Massachusetts, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Missouri, Oregon State and Vanderbilt.