UMass’ Tre Davis graduates, drops first hip hop video


Tre Davis led UMass in scoring last season (18.7 points) and now leads recently-graduated UMass athletes in hip hop videos as well (1).

The Dallas, Texas native may or may not decide to pursue a pro basketball career following his time with the Minutemen (I’d recommend one in Amsterdam after watching his recent video), but a career in hip hop appears to be already in the works.

Davis’ first single “Plug” features the Minutemen guard as well as a number of former teammates. See if you can spot them all in the video below.

You can also download Davis’ first single for free on his Soundcloud artist page here:


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Mat Shelton-Eide has been involved in college athletics since 2007, starting as a co-founder of where he covered the Rams all the way to Houston as the one-time CAA darling shocked the hoops world with a historic run to the Final 4. He has worked within two Atlantic 10 athletic departments, first as a graduate assistant in the VCU Sports Information Department during the '09-'10 basketball season, then after receiving his M.Ed. from VCU's Center for Sport Leadership, as a ticketing and marketing intern in the University of Richmond's athletic department during the inaugural season of Richmond's Robins Stadium, months before the Spiders 2011 Sweet 16 run.

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