Class of 2020 4 Star Guard Davonte Davis is Ready to Make a Name for Himself at Oklahoma State
Davonte Davis is a four star guard and rated 71st in the 2020 class by ESPN.
Davis is from Jacksonville, Arkansas. He takes a lot of pride in being able to represent his city the way he has.
“Representing Arkansas is a big honor,” Davis said. ”I think it’s big on my end because I have many people riding my wave. And have many People in my home state supporting me!”
Davis is committed to Oklahoma State. He chose the Cowboys over Auburn, Florida, Arkansas, Saint Louis, SMU, Oregon, Ole Miss, and many others.
Oklahoma State was a great fit for Davis from the time he stepped on campus for his visit to the school back in December.
“Once I went on my official visit it felt like my Second home,” Davis said. ”The coaches practice with the team so that stood out the most to me. Not only that, the team was really cool and the entire program is wonderful!”
Before his visit, Davis always knew that Oklahoma State would be a school he’d love to attend.
“OSU was a school I have always liked for many years!”, Davis said.
Just a few days after his official visit to Oklahoma State, Davis committed to play for Coach Boynton and the Cowboys.
Davis is ready to show college basketball fans what he can bring to the table for Oklahoma State.
”Making an impact is a for sure,” Davis said when asked if he thinks he can make an immediate impact when he gets to Oklahoma State. ”Also not just that, but winning and showing all parts of my game on the next level is something everyone in the country will see!”
This summer has been a great one Davis. He participated in the NBPA Top 100 Camp and impressed some people there.
And he played in the EYBL with Woodz Elite. Prior to Peach Jan, Davis averaged 9.1 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 2.4 assists per game. During Peach Jam, Davis averaged 18.4 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 2.4 assists per game.
Woodz Elite lost to the winner of the Peach Jam, MoKan Elite, on the final day of seeding 78-54. Although they had a great run, Woodz Elite did not make the top 8. This meant their season came to an end and Davis’ AAU career was now over. Against MoKan Elite, Davis scores 12 points and was the leading scorer for Woodz Elite.
Davis had a great AAU career and was very appreciative of everything Woodz Elite has done to help him as a player.
“I think the 2018 AAU season was one of the best coaching staff I have ever played with,” Davis said. “So I learned many new things playing with the Woodz organization! I always think playing with the Woodz, I learned many things off the court as well. Which was a really big part about that program!”
Heading into his senior season, Davis will be attending Jacksonville High School and will look to get them to a state championship.
Then it will be time for him to continue his basketball career in Stillwater, Oklahoma and prove himself to college basketball fans.