Trajeon Davis 2020 SG is the latest Oklahoman to make noise on the national scene. Davis recently attended the CP3 rising stars camp and found a way to be nominated to the top 40 all-star game out of 220 participants. CP3 is considered one of the nation’s elite camps for incoming freshmen; only the cream of the crop is invited to this prestigious event. Davis is arguably the top of the 2020 class in Oklahoma. His 6’4 strong athletic frame allows him to be physical while attacking the basket. He has a nice mid-range, can shoot it from long range, and put the ball on the floor well enough to facilitate the offense when asked. In addition, he plays above the rim, has a great motor, defends and rebounds well. Yes indeed, Davis was deserving of the honor and could be the next Oklahoman who is among the elite nationally.
In speaking with John Davis, the father of Trajeon, he stated that “Traejon first game was to work out the butterflies, but after that he averaged 11 points a game while being on the team with two top 25 kids.” Mr. Davis is also Traejon Club team coach with GTH 4XII and the founder of the Home School program Hoops For Christ (HFC). Upon their return from North Carolina, the younger Davis was ready to get back in the gym and put some more work in. Traejon has a busy August remaining for camps; he will be attending the Cream of The Crop camp in Duncanville Texas on August 20 with Tomas Herrera (2020), and Tyler Pinder (2021) which is design for elite 2021 & 2020 classes around the country; In addition, Davis will attend the Elite 50 camp in OKC August 27 for classes 2020, 2021, and advanced 2022 boys.
Trajeon is ready to work and continue to grow his game now that he has a better feel of what it’s like playing against elite talent around the country. The home school fan base is about to be in for a treat for the next four years, with the opportunity to watch Trajeon Davis. Davis will give them some flash backs of former home school alum Alonso Trier, who is experiencing much success at the University of Arizona. Keep an eye out for this Oklahoma rising star Traejon Davis.