"Our season went good," Davis said. "We just got put out of the playoffs because we didn't play well, but overall we had a nice year. We won our conference for the third time in a row and our coach made the Hall of Fame, so overall we did pretty good."
The Vikings finished with an 18-4 record, but suffered a disappointing end to the season when they lost to Brown Deer (Wisc.) High in the regional final. Individually, Davis, a 6-foot-5 wing, played well and nearly averaged a double-double.
"I give myself a B average," Davis said. "I could have done a lot better with my perimeter skills. Overall I did pretty good. I averaged 18 points and about 9 rebounds a game. It was a pretty good season."
"I'm an inside/outside player. I can take my defender inside and I can take them outside. My weakness is shooting because I'm an inconsistent shooter."
His playing during the summer and high school season has drawn the attention of a handful of high major schools. Marquette and Baylor have offered, while Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky, Wisconsin, UCLA, Georgetown and Kansas are showing interest.
"I definitely want to wait it out," the four-star prospect said about his collegiate decision. "I got to talk to my mom and weigh my options and wait and see what other options I can get."
"I took an unofficial visit to Marquette and to Wisconsin," he continud. "They were real nice and I like both Marquette and Wisconsin. I like Bo Ryan and Tom Crean."
Davis plans to switch AAU programs this spring. He ran with the Wisconsin Scholars las summer, but plans to play with Devon Harris' squad this year. They'll kick off the season with an NY2LA tournament before heading to Arkansas for the Real Deal on the Hill.