This will mark the 1st season as Head Coach for the NMMI alum and his 7th back on
old post. During Davis’ tenure at the Institute, the Broncos have enjoyed continuous year over year improvement for five of the last six seasons, with 40 players moving on to play at the D1, D2 and NAIA level. Coach Davis has been an integral part of the player development on and off the court and has had a hand in the improvement of all aspects of the program, mentoring 4 WJCAC 1st team selections as well as 6
Honorable Mention selections.
During the 2014-15 season, as Associate Head Coach, he helped the Broncos back to their first Region 5 tournament appearance since 2002. Through that time they proved to be a formidable opponent, celebrating an 11-1 record at the Cahoon Armory. While working under Head Coach Sean Schooley, the Broncos adopted a staunch rebounding mentality and finished top 5 nationally in offensive rebounds per game, top 10 nationally in total rebounds per game and top 20 in rebound margin. They led the conference in all three of these categories.
Prior to NMMI, Davis was the Assistant Coach under Pete Peterson at Texas A&M – Kingsville for the 2007-09 seasons. At Kingsville he was tasked with recruiting, opponent scouting and daily operations. During this time Coach Davis helped develop two Lone Star Conference Defensive Players of the Year. Along with a 1st team All-Lone Star Conference selection, Davis also coached two 2nd team All-LSC selections and 3 LSC honorable mention choices. And in the 2008-09 season the Javelinas returned back to the NCAA Division II Tournament for the 1st time in 5 seasons, just the 4th time in school history.
As a player, Davis was WJCAC Honorable Mention selection and started all 30 games during his sophomore year with the Broncos. He would move on to Texas A&M – Kingsville and become a member of the 1st nationally ranked Kingsville Basketball team in over 11 seasons.
The east coast native graduated from Texas A&M – Kingsville in 2007 with a degree in Criminology and in 2009 with a Masters in Sociology. He is an alum of the New Mexico Military Institute with an Associate’s of Arts degree. He is also the 2003 New Jersey State Triple Jump Champion.
Davis has worked camps various camps across the country not limited to the HOOP GROUP Elite Camp and recently the Under Armour All-American Camp.