With his first points of the game against Purdue on Saturday, senior forward Trayce Jackson-Davis climbed another step higher on Indiana men’s basketball all-time scoring list, passing A.J. Guyton for fourth in program history.
Jackson-Davis scored 19 points against Michigan State on Tuesday to tie Guyton, who played for Indiana from 1996 to 2000, at 2,100 career points. Jackson-Davis' free throw with 11:44 minutes remaning in the game broke the tie.
Jackson-Davis passed head coach Mike Woodson for fifth place on the list last week against Illinois and needs to reach 2,192 points to tie Don Schlundt for third all-time.
His march through the record books in his senior year — which he announced would be his last at Indiana — already has seen him break the program’s block record, and Jackson-Davis entered Saturday’s game needing just 28 more rebounds to reach 1,092 and break the record held by Alan Henderson, who played for the Hoosiers from 1991 to 1995.