After a stellar grassroots season with Illinois Central Elite, Davee Flowers has continued this high level of play during his junior season at Niles West High School. From his time over the spring and summer, he earned himself honorable mention honors on the 16U level of the NY2LA Association. While it is still early in the high school season, the 6’3” guard is averaging 25 points per game while shooting 50% from three. 

“I have a high intensity,” Flowers first said to describe his own game. Adding in, “I’m a three-level scorer, I can do all things great. I have a pace that I can control, I feel like no one can speed me up.” 

While there are plenty of things to like about Flowers’ game, he is still looking to improve other aspects. Some parts of his game that the junior is looking to improve upon include being more vocal on the floor and his discipline on the court. “I feel like if I had more discipline on the court, I could be way better than I am right now.” 

From a college recruitment standpoint, Flowers is flying under the radar as his recruitment to date is limited. With all he can do on the floor, he is one of the more under recruited juniors in the area currently. If he continues this same level of play, look for his recruitment to greatly pickup as Flowers is one of the more skilled 2024 scoring guards in the Chicago area.