Anthony Davis


#23
Position: Forward
Year: Freshman
Height: 6-10
Weight: 220
Date of Birth: 
 March 11, 1993
Hometown:
Chicago, IL

Anthony Davis

High School
Averaged 32 points, 22 rebounds, and seven blocked shots as a senior at Perspectives Charter High School in Chicago, Illinois … One of four finalists for the Morgan Wootten National Player of the Year Award … One of five finalists for the Naismith Award for the national high school player of the year … Named All-Conference three consecutive years … Parade first team All-American … Has been on the Honor Roll since his freshman year of high school … Ranked first on ESPNU’s Top 100, first overall by Scout.com, and second by Rivals.com … Received 2011 McDonald’s All-American Honors … Scored 16 points with 10 rebounds for the USA team in the Nike Hoops Summit … Scored 14 points with six rebounds and four blocks in the McDonald’s All American Game … Named Co-MVP of the Jordan Brand Classic All-American Game with 29 points, 11 rebounds, and four blocks

 

Personal
Son of Anthony and Erainer Davis … Chose over Depaul, Ohio State, and Syracuse

 

Did You Know?
Anthony defines the word hero as someone who looks out for other people; someone who thinks of other people not themselves.  Something few people know about Anthony is that he is scared of the dark.

Statistics

Career Stats

Per GameTeamGGSMPGPPGRPGAPGSPGBPGTOPGPFPGFG%3P%FT%
2011-12Kty404032.014.210.41.31.44.71.02.0.623.150.709
Career404032.014.210.41.31.44.71.02.0.623.150.709

 

TotalsTeamGGSMinFGMFGA3PM3PAFTMFTAORTRAStlBlkTOPFPts
2011-12Kty4040128121033732014420311941550541864178567
Career4040128121033732014420311941550541864178567

Game Logs

DateOppResultMinFGMFGA3PM3PAFTMFTAORTRAStlBlkTOPFPts
11/11MaristW 108-5823101300333103052223
11/15W 75-6533680126160273414
11/19PSUW 85-472312001426203013
11/20ODUW 62-5220460035491233511
11/23RadW 88-4025440044261142112
11/26PorW 87-63305900382121240013
12/1StJnW 81-593261000367150281315
12/3UNCW 73-723436021129122127
12/10@IndL 72-732434000129133146
12/17ChatW 87-623071100005181151214
12/20SamW 82-502937012249035028
12/22Ly-MdW 87-63345900562110030115
12/28LamarW 86-643451000003132060210
12/31LouW 69-6227340012132100362318
1/3Ark-LRW 73-513691100474161032222
1/7SCW 79-643051000222100271212
1/11@W 68-5337690122462340114
1/14@TennW 65-62357100045282240218
1/17ArkW 86-6336101201784140070027
1/21AlaW 77-71392100079690440211
1/24@UGaW 57-4439120022411005224
1/28@LSUW 74-502866004103101230116
1/31TennW 69-4430670067183071218
2/4@SCW 86-52289100045381280322
2/7FlaW 78-58368130000161241116
2/11@VandyW 69-63396120033480071315
2/18MissW 77-6225450024161141210
2/21@MissStW 73-64384902563111221113
2/25VandyW 83-7437101100894110251228
3/1UGaW 79-492245120128012019
3/4@FlaW 74-593691312343120061122
3/9LSUW 60-51334801451141164212
3/10FlaW 74-713761312245123120115
3/11VandyL 64-71344903484102130312
3/15WestKyW 81-6636580068293170016
3/17IaStW 87-71404901794125023215
3/23IndW 102-9025250156212203029
3/25BaylorW 82-70326900683111260418
3/31LouW 69-61397800462142153218
4/2W 67-59361100046416536326

List of awards and honors (let me know if I forgot anything):

 

  • Naismith National Player of the Year
  • AP National Player of the Year
  • John R. Wooden National Player of the Year
  • USBWA (Oscar Robertson) National Player of the Year
  • National Player of the Year
  • Sporting News National Player of the Year
  • Basketball Times National Player of the Year
  • CBSSports.com National Player of the Year
  • Wayman Tisdale Award for Freshman of the Year
  • Sporting News 1st Team All-American
  • USBWA 1st Team All-American
  • NABC 1st Team All-American
  • All-NCAA South Regional Team
  • AP Player of the Year
  • Coaches Player of the Year
  • Defensive Player of the Year
  • NABC Defensive Player of the Year
  • Pete Newell Big Man of the Year
  • AP All- 1st Team
  • Coaches All- 1st Team
  • All-SEC Tournament
  • All-SEC Freshman Team
  • Chuck Hayes Award for Media Cooperation
  • SEC single season blocks record at 186
  • SEC Freshman blocks record at 186
  • NCAA Freshman blocks record at 186
  • NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player