Overshadowed by his team's high profile frontcourt, Rapheal Davis (#76 ESPN, Unranked Scout, #106 Rivals) serves as a solid cog on the wing in La Lumiere's offense, and appears to have the makings of a versatile role player at the college level.
Standing 6'5 with a decent frame and good but not great athleticism, Davis is an active player who scores in a variety of ways while playing within his team's offense. He does a good job blending into his team's offense and playing to his strengths, finishing mostly on spot-up threes and straight-line drives to the basket. He can finish with both hands around the rim and does a good job getting out in transition to score, showing a high effort level on offense in general.
Davis didn't stand out noticeably good or bad on the defensive end, showing a solid effort level, fundamentals, and physical tools, and mostly just doing his job adequately well.
Looking forward, Davis appears to have the makings of a solid role-playing wing at the college level, and should fit in well in Purdue's guard-heavy offense.