RJ Davis demonstrates his skills to NBA scouts

Fans of the UNC basketball program know how good RJ Davis is at the sport. In fact, the White Plains, New York native put the country on notice with his stellar final season in Chapel Hill, which earned him ACC Player of the Year honors.

In his final season as a Tar Heel, Davis has a lot of work to do as he hopes to lead the Tar Heels to a national championship. As he prepares for his fifth collegiate season, Davis showcases his talents in front of NBA scouts at the annual Chris Paul Elite Camp.

Davis and fellow Tar Heel player Elliot Cadeau were selected to participate in the event, which took place in Las Vegas from June 30 to July 3. As the event wrapped up on Wednesday, the Elite Youth Basketball social media account posted the above highlight clip of Davis showing off his offensive skills against some elite talent in front of NBA scouts.

Although he is considered undersized by NBA standards, Davis makes up for it with his ability to shoot the basket from virtually anywhere on the court. Davis is a “tough little guy,” as Roy Williams defines him, and isn't afraid to rush to the basket and make contact, as he can beat you in a variety of ways.

The way the NBA currently works, RJ Davis should certainly have a spot on the NBA roster next season as he continues to prove that he is a real basketball player.

We still have plenty of time to consider RJ Davis' future, but for now, Davis is preparing for his final appearance as a Tar Heel as he looks to make more history before his basketball career at UNC comes to an end.