Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Anthony Davis' Secret: I'm Thinking Kentucky

Posted by CoHoops DeAnte Mitchell

Photo Credits to BuckeyPlanet.com
Anthony Davis has made great contributions this summer to become one of the Nation's top recruits. His ability to play up to four positions has scouts over the world drooling over his potential.

A player of his caliber usually likes the attention and waits to the last minute before making their college decision. Similar to his unorthodox game on the court, Davis brings that off the court as well.

After finishing up his visits to the schools he is considering the 6-foot-10 big man decided to make an announcement. 

According to Scout.com, Illinois native Anthony Davis has made his college decision. However, his discretion is his own secret. The 6-foot-10 forward decided he would wait before releasing his decision.

Before, if you didn't read my last post on Anthony Davis, I said that he could contend for a National Championship if he committed to John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats.

He has a lot of reported interest in the program and I think that's where he could be headed.

Nonetheless, Davis is still considering DePaul, Syracuse and Ohio State. DePaul recently jumped into the picture and I believe they embrace a chance to court Davis as much as Kentucky does—same for Ohio State and Syracuse.

On July 31st, Ohio State sent three coaches; Syracuse sent Rob Murphy while Kentucky and DePaul was a no-show.

He could end up anywhere. In the words of Dave Telep of Scout.com "wait a few weeks."

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