My name is Rapheal Davis, and I am an analyst for the B1G Ten Network. I'm a former Big Ten Defensive player of the Year, from Fort Wayne, In. I spent four great years as a Purdue Boilermaker, where I was captain for 3 seasons. Upon graduating from Purdue, I spent 4 years with Eli Lilly Pharmaceutical Company as a Sales Rep in Atlanta, Ga. While corporate work was fun, I have always had a passion
for two things: giving back to my community and others, and youth sports. This is why I have started The Crew Life Basketball Foundation.
I currently live in Atlanta and Indiana with my wife and our 2 year old daughter where I run my Basketball Training Academy, and run my camps in Indiana. We focus on basic basketball skills to advanced skills and provide opportunities to kids who may not be able to afford basketball training.
I travel to Fort Wayne monthly, when I spend time with my 7 year old daughter. Some of you may remember her as: Baby K, the baby girl who would climb under the press conference table during post game interviews during my Purdue days.
When I am in Fort Wayne, I host basketball skills clinics for my neighborhood. The kids have grown to love these sessions, and look forward to them to happen monthly. It brings me an tremendous amount of joy when I am able to come home and give back to my community. Fort Wayne helped build the foundation that I stand on today, I will always do my best to give the next young person, from my community, the same opportunities that I had.