Point guard Curtis Davis has Dallas Woodrow Wilson nipping at the heels of national power Dallas Lincoln in District 12-4A.
The senior leads the Dallas-Fort Worth area in assists, averaging 7.3 per game, and he scores at an equally staggering rate -- 24.8 points per game.
Woodrow Wilson (19-5, 5-1) trails Lincoln (22-2, 6-0) by just a game and gave Lincoln all it could handle in a 64-62 loss on Jan. 8. The teams meet again on Feb. 5.
Davis (6-foot, 160 pounds) has been recruited by Western Illinois, Sam Houston State and North Texas.
But Davis isn’t the only thing going for Woodrow Wilson. Marc Brown gives the Wildcats a big body (6-foot-4, 185 pounds) at shooting guard. He averages 16 points per game. Justin Daniels averages 10 points per game.
Woodrow Wilson hits a light part of its schedule before playing Lincoln again. It plays Dallas Spruce (1-15, 0-6) on Thursday and Dallas Thomas Jefferson (2-16, 1-4) next week.