Michael Garcia - March 30, 2012
There are a lot of reasons why NBA scouts are drooling over Kentucky's Anthony Davis. He has the size, wingspan, athleticism, skills and energy teams crave, and that's why it's virtually a lock he'll be the number one pick in the draft. Davis led Kentucky to a 36-2 record, including a perfect 16-0 regular season in the SEC.
Davis averaged 14.3 points while shooting an astonishing 63% from the field. He also pulled in 10 boards a night and blocked a ridiculous 4.6 shots a game. Davis is the main reason Kentucky was nearly unbeatable during the year and ended up as the overall number one seed in the NCAA Tournament.
Kentucky plays in-state rival Louisville in the semi-finals, and is a nine point favorite going in. Though he went down briefly during the South Regional Finals, Davis is healthy and will lead the Wildcats into Monday night's National Championship game. Here are some of the best photos from his remarkable season.
Article by Eric Gray
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