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Enid’s Tre Davis – Athlete Spotlight – Presented By NBC Bank

Tre Davis had a breakout season for Enid in 2022-23.

Davis, a 6-foot-6 sophomore forward and VYPE Top 100 player, averaged around 20 points per game and 3.5 blocked shots, and helped the Plainsmen to an 11-12 record. He’s a next-level talent, according to Enid head coach Jonathan Reed.

“He has the size and athleticism needed to play at the next level,” Reed said. “He’s very coachable and dominates in the paint, which is rare in today’s game.”

Davis feels he’s at his best with his back to the basket. He’s continued to work on his
defensive play and altering opponents’ shots. “My strengths are my post up moves, and I believe my blocking has improved during my high school career,” he said.

The Plainsmen had their season come to a close with an 80-63 loss to Bixby in a Class 6A East Regional on Feb. 24. “We have lots of room to improve, but we are very close to clicking together as a team,” Davis said. “I thought we did much better than anyone expected us to do.”

The Plainsmen put together a three-game win streak in mid-December, and posted a 59-53 win over Class 5A 10th-ranked Piedmont on Jan. 21 during a tournament at Newcastle.

Davis, whose only focus in sports is with basketball, has been involved with the game since he was in fourth grade.

Davis’ favorite training drill is the Mikan Drill, named after NBA Hall of Famer George
Mikan. It’s a core shooting drill that focuses on speed, versatility and accuracy that helps develop footwork, rebounding and shooting skills.

Away from the hardwood, Davis enjoys his time watching YouTube videos.

“Being a student athlete here at Enid is great. The people here are always cool, the teachers are nice, and everybody shows love, which is really cool,” Davis said. If I’m not in the gym during free time then I’m probably watching YouTube.”

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