After playing two age groups up last summer with Movement Hoops 17U, Chris Davis Jr. is having a breakout sophomore season. After averaging 8 points per game last year as a freshman, the 6’3” guard has been a huge reason why Sun Prairie West High School (WI) is standing at 10-4 on the season. 

Right now, he leads his team with 21.9 points per game as well to having 4.1 rebounds, 1.9 steals, and 1.4 assists. “Three level scorer,” Davis said to describe his own game. “I can shoot the ball very well, I am very aggressive when going to the rim, and can find my open teammates. Very good at keeping my man in front of me on defense and create plays on defense by forcing players to make mistakes.”

The sophomore has lofty goals to finish off this season. When talking about his goals for the remainder of the season, he said “winning player of the year or first team all-conference. Then winning regionals, sectionals, and then win state.”

Davis has all the tools to be one of the top 2025 guards in all of Wisconsin if his game continues to take the same great strides as it has over the past year. As well to his skills, the game runs in his family. Not only is his father, Chris Davis Sr., his coach at Sun Prairie West but he also won a national championship as a player at Wisconsin-Whitewater in addition to being the division three national player of the year in 2012. 

This spring he will be playing with Wisconsin Premier.