Both players have signed two-year contract extensions which will keep them at West Lakes until at least the end of 2021.
Davis will make his AFL debut against Geelong on Friday night after averaging 17 disposals and seven marks per game this season in the SANFL.
The 22-year-old has been working closely with veteran forward Tom Lynch to improve his overall game.
Butts has become an integral part of the Crows backline in the State League, with the 195cm defender providing plenty of rebound while rarely being beaten.
Across 10 SANFL games, the 19-year-old rookie has averaged 19.4 disposals and 6.8 marks while kicking the footy at an elite 80 per cent efficiency.
The Shepparton product has been mentored by swingman Andy Otten and recently received lofty praise from injured defender Tom Doedee.
Crows General Manager List Management and Strategy Justin Reid said Davis and Butts had big futures at the Club.
“It’s fantastic to have two more promising young players commit to the Club,” he said.
“We know what Ben is capable of, but with a full pre-season under his belt he has made enormous strides and been rewarded with a well-deserved senior debut.
“Jordon has impressed everyone with not only his on-field output in the SANFL, but his attitude towards getting the best out of himself.
“We look forward to seeing Ben and Jordon’s continued development.”
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