Prior to coaching, he served as an individual skills trainer in the San Antonio area.
Before moving to Kerrville, Davis played for the University of Texas at Dallas after transferring from McMurry University. At UTD, Davis played for Coach Wright who was serving as an assistant coach for the men's program. Davis was a two year starter for the Comets while playing the wing position and helped the team to records of 24-6 and 21-7 in his two years at UTD. Included in that two-year stint was a Sweet 16 appearance in the NCAA National Championship tournament his junior season. Davis has earned many accolades during his playing career including ASC All-Freshman Team, Academic All-ASC and 1st Team All-Conference. He played for the second most successful team in UTD history behind only Coach Wright's senior team. Davis graduated with a degree in Sociology in 2011.
Curtis Davis was trained by his foster father who played on multiple overseas teams and is legendary in New Mexico not only for his basketball talents, but also his gift to share and teach others the game he loves. His foster mother has influenced and inspired youth int he Santa Fe community by teaching consistency, hard work and accountability. Curtis embraces these philosophies and brings them with him to Schreiner University.