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College Basketball recruiting induces incremented anxiety to the game. The high school players now-a-days are mind-boggling and so talented that every college in the country wants them playing for their program.
That's how it unfolded for Anthony Davis Jr. He made one of the biggest growth spurts that made him 6-foot-10 and drew comparisons of Kevin Durant as well as being drowned by college mail from almost every college in the country.
We all understand he made his top three known; DePaul, Kentucky and Ohio. He also acknowledged that he had a school in place but wasn't ready to confirm the winner of the Davis Jr. sweepstakes.
On August 9th, 2010 we watched or at least heard for the most part, Isaiah Austin determine Baylor was his college choice. I'm sure Davis Jr. took notes on how to announce it and a few sources say he could announce his college decision to the world this upcoming Tuesday (August 17, 2010).
However, with no official word it's just speculation. That also doesn't mean you completely ignore the fact that he could make his decision.
Each of his college choices is even and according to Davis Sr., for those who consider him a lock at Kentucky "keep guessing."
As the days pass by the speculation rises and most of us are greatly anticipating his college decision. If he chooses Kentucky, they'll contend for a title. If he chooses DePaul they'll have one of the biggest turnarounds and if he chooses Ohio State he'll improve the most as a player mentally and physically.
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