Domonique Davis is must-watch when she steps on the court, and although her college is picked and her skills undoubted, she is still working on her game.

Davis' final season with Lady Flames Elite for AAU basketball is coming to a close before she starts her final season as a Lady Dragon.

"It's been really good," she said. "I've been working on getting better really.

"Overall, I've been trying to prepare for the next level by playing with other players and against better players."

Davis averaged 20 points, eight assists and five boards a game, earning District MVP honors and First-Team All-State by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as a junior at DeRidder.

"In high school, I look to score all of the time," Davis said. "In AAU, I can sit back and be more of a true point guard.

"I used to like score a lot, but I like passing more now."

The point guard is slated to go to Louisiana State University once her career in DeRidder is wrapped up and gets advice from the coaching staff there during the summer.

"I've been working on my defense and leadership," Davis said. "When someone gets down, I need to be the first one picking them up. When I get down, I have to be OK. If they see my down, that is going to affect them.

"There's a couple of people I look to when I need advice at LSU, especially my guard coach, Coach Tasha Butts."

With the level of play higher at the AAU level than in a normal high school game, the competition brings out the best in Davis.

"It's probably a speed thing, because we play against a different level of players at my high school," she said.

"Everybody is good. Everybody is a top player where they are from and can all play."

With AAU winding down and her final year of high school starting in August, Davis plans to enjoy her final season.

"I'm really looking forward to having fun and playing with my teammates one last year," she said. "I've got my scholarship now, and I'm looking to get them theirs. It's really about having fun and getting better."