His top outing was a 26-point, 11-rebound performance in the semifinals, as Travis played a major role in the Celtics winning the event.
"I've tried to get to the basket," said Travis. "Just be a physical presence. I try to draw fouls... battle around the rim.
"I've been trying to stretch my game more to the perimeter too... I just want to keep improving."
Rated a four-star prospect by Scout.com, Travis is ranked the No. 24 small forward recruit in the country, but that is sure to rise. He has already secured several scholarship offers.
"I would [list the offers], but I always leave somebody out," said Travis, laughing. "I'm going to Gonzaga in a couple of weeks [for an official visit]. They've been hard on me.
"Everyone else is still contacting me because I haven't made a list yet so everyone is still in the race."
One of the schools that Travis says he has a scholarship offer from is NC State.
"I've been talking to coach Early at least once a week," he said. "We've been talking about the school and things like that. I'm very interested in them.
"We've talked about the power of the conference and things like that. He said I can come in and just fit in. He said I'm the type of guy he wants. I haven't talked to him too much about the school, but we're definitely feeling each other out at this point."
Travis says he plans on taking all five official visits in August and September before making a decision.