You don’t need me to tell you how good Anthony Davis is, so I’ll shut up and let the numbers do the talking.
Take a look at where he stands on the stats sheet:
— Currently leads the nation in blocks per game (4.7)
— Ranks 20th nationally in rebounds (10.3).
— Broke Kentucky single-season blocks record (89) after only 19 games.
— Ranks seventh in the SEC in steals (1.7).
— Ranks 12th nationally in double-doubles (10).
— Ranks fifth nationally in field goal percentage (.630).
— One of two players in the SEC to rank in the top 15 in scoring and top five in rebounding.
— One of two players in the league to be averaging a double-double.
— Ranks fourth all-time among SEC freshmen in blocks
— He’ll enter the SEC’s top 20 single season blocks list tonight if he gets two
— He is the only player from the SEC in the last 15 seasons to reach 27 pts, 14 rebs and seven blocks in a single game.
— He is the first player to reach at least 27 pts, 14 rebs and seven blocks in a game since Herbert Hill of Providence in 2006-07 vs Syracuse.
(Stats via UKAthletics.com)