2020: Spent much of preseason with the Sporting Kansas City first team before signing his first professional contract with Sporting II before the restart of the season in July. Played in all 15 games after the restart, starting 14 and tallying one assist. His assist came in the only game he came off the bench, where he recorded the game-winning assist in a 2-1 road win over Louisville City FC (July 29).
2019: Davis spent the first leg of preseason with Sporting Kansas City in Arizona. Joined Sporting II on an Academy contract and made five appearances throughout the season, tallying two assists. Davis made his professional debut against Bethlehem Steel FC at Children’s Mercy Park (April 6), starting and recording an assist in a 4-3 loss. Davis’ other assist came on the road against Atlanta United 2 (Aug. 16) in an eventful 29-minute appearance as a substitute, as he first scored an own goal to give Atlanta a 2-0 lead, before earning a penalty that was missed and eventually setting up Wilson Harris for a late consolation goal.
SKC Academy: Davis is originally from Michigan but moved to Kansas City to join the Sporting KC Academy in 2017 and lived with a host family through the club’s residency program. He made 54 appearances for the Academy’s Under-17 and Under-19 squads over three seasons, tallying eight goals from central midfield.
International: Davis joined the Under-17 National Team for the first time ahead of the 19th annual Nike International Friendlies at the Premier Sports Campus in Lakewood Ranch, Florida in November 2019.