Davis Says Cal Is 'Best Recruiter' Around

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 4/30/2013 7:15 pm
Before John Calipari's arrival in Lexington, UK wasn't the place to be.

Sure it had tradition and a rabid fan base, but it wasn't the NBA factory for future pros it now is.

Anthony Davis was the top overall pick in last summer's NBA draft.  The one-and-done rule keeping AD in the collegiate ranks for a season.

Something the NBA rookie doesn't regret and thoroughly enjoyed.

Some guys can go pro after just one season.  Some guys can't.

Either way, Coach Cal keeps reeling in the top talent to the Joe Craft Center.

So if you're gong to stick around, make it count, like Darius Miller did.

Because Cal doesn't have time for losers.

Davis on the master of recruiting in the video.

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