Greg Davis

HS Grad 2004
Position(s) UT  
Ht/Wt 5-10, 170 lb
B/T R/R
School  Union Grove
Hometown  McDonough, GA USA
Summer Team 
Fall Team  Knoxville Yard
National Rank - Class of 2004 
Ranking Last Updated: Jun 05, 2004
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GA State Rank - Class of 2004 
Ranking Last Updated: Jun 05, 2004
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GPA
4.2
SAT
1230
ACT
25
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PG Grades

Best PG Grade
7.5
6/13/2003
Latest Showcase Report
2003 National Showcase   Jun 13, 2003
PG Grade: 7.5
Greg Davis is a super star student who can play baseball at a high level. Ivy League schools need to take a close look at this kid. Davis was a late addition to the PG National Showcase and we’re glad that he came. We hope that the college coaches not only noted his ability on the field but also the announcement over the PA about Davis’s academics. He has to rank among the top scholars in the 2004 prospect class. Congratulations! On the field, Davis showed a good range of tools. He ran the 60 in 7.03 and moved round the infield and bases with agility. His actions defensively are a bit raw at second base but he made all the plays and showed a special ability to turn the double play. Davis probably had the quickest pivot at the event and had close to average arm strength. Offensively, Davis made solid contact and hit the ball hard to the opposite field. He’ll have to smooth out his approach some, but he had good bat head skills and enough bat speed to think that there’s plenty of room for improvement. This kid can play and more importantly he is one big winner and a pleasure to be around!

Best PG has recorded

Percentile Rank among grad class in the recorded year

60 7.03 sec
6/13/2003
85.20% Rank
best 6.35  avg 7.40
 (2004 class in 2003)

best 6.29  avg 7.39
 (2004 class)
IF 72 mph
6/13/2003
13.01% Rank
best 89  avg 77
 (2004 class in 2003)

best 91  avg 77
 (2004 class)
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