OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers
Here’s Davis’ Bio from Scout.com
Davis said he totaled 60 pancake blocks last season for a team that finished the season 8-2 and lost in the championship game. It ended a run of three-straight titles for Township. Davis was an All-State performer as a junior and was also named to the All-Combine Team in San Antonio.
Davis reports a 2.5 core GPA and an 890 SAT.
Davis: “I have amazing quickness and agility which I learned from playing basketball,” he said. “I really know everything about my position inside and out. Plus, I’m a really hard-working and can be coached very well. I’m working on my strength (bench presses 305; squats 275; power cleans 225) and footwork right now, but basketball really helps with that too.”
Piscataway Head Coach Dan Higgins: “I’d say he’s extremely athletic for his size and he’ll do the little things you don’t normally see big guys do, like chasing kids downfield trying to get second and third blocks” Higgins said. “Other than his massive size, what separates him is his feet. He’s got incredible feet and he can easily dunk a basketball at 320 pounds. He’s a student of the game and he’s very aware of the technique he has to use. He does more than use his size to push guys around. Anthony is the most complete big player I’ve ever coached.”
Senior Season Stats (4-0): 14 tackles/2 sacks.
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