Amari Davis is an elite student-athlete currently attending Trotwood-Madison in Trotwood, Ohio. Amari is just starting his rise onto the national scene but has made a name for himself regionally as a rising sophomore. As a member of All-Ohio AAU team, Davis enjoyed a great Spring/Summer that resulted in tons of success. The shooting guard will continue to turn heads with his ability to score in bunches with his forays to the rim and disrupt defenses with his outstanding length.
I. AAU & SELF ANALYSIS
EM: Congrats on the great Spring/Summer, you turned some heads with your ability. Can you tell us how things went for All-Ohio as a team and for you individually?
AD: My Spring/Summer has been nothing but a grind. I been in the gym almost everyday. All-Ohio Red finished top 5 in the nation.
EM: Can you describe your game for those that are not familiar?
AD: I can shoot the 3, handle the ball, good mid-range, rebound, hustle, and a good defender. I have the complete package.
EM: How often do you work on your game?
AD: 5 days a week. I mostly focus on my 3 point shooting and ball handling skills.
II. ACADEMICS AND OFF-COURT INTERESTS
EM: Can we talk a bit about your interests as a student, what is your favorite subject?
AD: My favorite subject is Math.
EM: What do you plan to major in when attending college?
AD: Sports medicine.
EM: What are your interests off the court?
AD: Spending time with my family and working out with them.
EM: Which schools show interest?
AD: Ohio State, Xavier, Dayton, Cincinnati, Iowa, Arizona, and Florida.
EM: Any college campuses you want to get out to and visit?
AD: Florida and Iowa. I’ve visited Ohio State.
EM: What factors are important to you and your family when making your college decision?
AD:Playing time and if the school has what I’m trying to major in.
IV. PERSONAL GOALS & ADVICE
EM: Any personal goals on or off the court?
AD: Being remembered as a respectful hardworking individual on and off the court and I want to take care of my family and my community
EM: Last, if you could give the youth some advice on how to succeed either on or off the court, what would you say?
AD: Never give up on your goal or plan. If you really work on it, it will play off in the end so don’t let anybody else tell you otherwise.
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