UNC Basketball: RJ Davis showcasing his skills in front of NBA scouts

RJ Davis continues to prove that he deserves a chance at a career in the NBA once his time with the UNC basketball program comes to a close.
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Fans of the UNC basketball program know just how good RJ Davis is at the sport. In fact, the White Plains, New York native put the country on notice with his outstanding senior season in Chapel Hill, one that resulted in him earning the ACC Player of the Year Award.

Heading into his final season as a Tar Heel, Davis has some unfinished business to take care of, as he hopes to lead the Tar Heels to a national championship. As he works to prepare for his fifth collegiate season, Davis is showcasing his talent in front of NBA scouts at the annual Chris Paul Elite Camp.

Davis and fellow Tar Heel Elliot Cadeau were selected to participate in this event, which ran from June 30 to July 3 in Las Vegas. With the event concluding on Wednesday, the Elite Youth Basketball social media account posted the above highlight clip of Davis showcasing his offensive skillset against some elite talent in front of NBA scouts.

Although he considered undersized by NBA standards, Davis surely makes up for it through his ability to score the basketball essentially from anywhere on the court. A "tough little nut" as Roy Williams defines him, Davis isn't afraid to drive to the basket and take contact, as he's able to beat you in various ways.

With the way that the current NBA functions, there certainly should be a place for RJ Davis on an NBA roster next season, as he continues to prove that he is a legitimate baller.

We have plenty of time to worry about the future of RJ Davis, but for now, Davis is preparing for his final go-around as a Tar Heel, ashe looks to make more history before his UNC basketball career comes to a close.