Anthony Davis mid-season update

Five-star offensive lineman Anthony Davis of Piscataway HS (NJ.) is one of the top offensive linemen prospects in the entire country. Not only does Davis possess ideal size, but he also possesses the athleticism and quickness that has college scouts in hot pursuit of the talented prospect.

Davis opened up his senior season with Miami as his top choice, but issues arose on and off the field, and Davis has now shifted his attention toward a new list of schools.

"I have three schools on top," said Davis. "Ohio State, Rutgers, and USC are the three I'm looking at right now. I would say that Ohio State is my favorite right now, they seem to have the steadiest program."

It is a known fact that SC has had great success recruiting the northeast in the past couple of years, and they will try and continue that pattern this year.

"Coach McNair and Coach Carroll are in charge of recruiting me. I talk to them a little, but not too much."

While Davis is not shy about naming a leader, he does see a few things in USC that may help them out in the long run.

"Basically with SC, it's all about their history and tradition. I really like the way their program has been going recently."

Davis plans on officially visiting Los Angeles at some point in the season, and is looking forward to seeing the team in person.

"I haven't set up a date yet, but when I go out there, I want to see how I fit in with the team and the surroundings."

Davis was recently named to the Army All-American Bowl, and plans to make a big decision inside the Alamo Dome.

"I'm going to make my decision at the Army game."

Regardless of where the five-star lineman ends up, he has set aside some things he would like to see in the school he eventually chooses.

"I'm looking for good academics," commented Davis. "I'll also look at classroom set ups and the relationship and chemistry with the coaches and players."

Davis claims a 330 lb. bench press, 590 lb. squat, and 330 lb. power clean.

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