Davis Now Officially a Cyclone

AMES, Iowa--The Iowa State men's basketball program signed Anthony Davis to its 2004 recruiting class, Iowa State head coach Wayne Morgan announced today.

Anthony Davis, a two-time first-team all-conference junior college performer, signed a letter of intent to attend Iowa State University in the Fall of 2004. Davis joins three others who signed letters of intent last fall. The early signees include prep school players Rahshon Clark and Tasheed Carr, both top 150 national recruits, and Aaron Agnew, a second-team all-Ohio center.

Iowa State 2004 men's basketball recruiting class Aaron Agnew, C, 6-9, 330, Freshman, Bellaire, Ohio (Bellaire)
Tasheed Carr, G, 6-5, 215, Freshman, Philadelphia, Pa. (University/Mt. Zion Christian Academy {Durham, N.C.})
Rahshon Clark, F, 6-6, 195, Freshman, Queens, N.Y. (Beach Channel/Bridgton Academy {Maine})
Anthony Davis, F, 6-5, 210, Junior, Compton, Calif. (Centennial/Long Beach State/Los Angeles City College)

Anthony Davis
G-F, 6-5, 210, Junior
Compton, Calif. (Centennial/Long Beach State/Los Angeles City College)

A 6-5 swingman who is a good rebounder, defender and shooter.

High School: Played three seasons at Cleveland High School before transferring to Compton Centennial in his senior campaign...averaged 15 points and 11 rebounds as a junior...averaged 18.2 points as a senior, earning first-team all-CIF...led team to CIF championship game...a considered a top-100 player out of high school...originally signed with Long Beach State with current ISU head coach Wayne Morgan...sat out first year as a redshirt at Long Beach before deciding to transfer to Los Angeles City College.

Junior College: A 6-5 swingman who is a good rebounder, defender and shooter...played two seasons for Los Angeles City College, one of the nation's best junior college programs...was listed as a super sophomore by Street & Smith's heading into his final year...team went 28-3 as a sophomore, winning its 11th-straight Southcoast title...averaged 11.2 points and 6.2 rebounds on a team that had seven players average between 9.0-13.0 ppg...shot 52.1 percent from the field and 37.2 percent from 3-point range...was named first-team all-conference for the second consecutive year, only the third player in school history to earn first-team all-conference honors twice...the others were Jelani Janisse (Kansas) and Mike Johnson (Oklahoma)...named co-MVP of the EggNog Classic...scored a career-high 39 points vs. Pasadena City College...averaged 11.3 ppg as a freshman for a team that finished 36-2 and won the California state championship...Davis picked ISU over Pittsburgh, Kansas State and Minnesota.

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