Anthony Davis is an All-American

The U.S. Army All-American Selection Tour kicked off this past September 19 as some of the top High School prospects in the nation were recognized as the the best of the very best. The Selection Tour made a stop at Piscataway HS on Friday, August 6th, to name their latest honoree - Anthony Davis.

Anthony Davis might look the part of a menacing individual, but for those that have gotten to know the immense and impressively athletic senior lineman, big teddy bear may be the more apropo description. The 6-foot-6 giant of a human being had a big night on tap this past Friday evening.

Should you ask him, the bigger event was his squad's divisional contest versus previously unbeaten Sayreville HS (4-0), the same team that defeated the Chiefs a year earlier. That's not to say that Davis isn't appreciative of the personal accolades, including the biggest of them all: being named a U.S. Army All-American. It's certainly an honor and a privelege, but the Garden State's top overall prospect insists on remaining focused on the current task at hand - ensuring his Chiefs continue their winning ways.

Nevertheless, for a brief few minutes, Anthony Davis became the center of attention prior to Piscataway HS's home contest as he was officially named one of the 80 best players in the country.

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