Former Cat Anthony Davis Back In Bluegrass

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 9/07/2012 11:43 pm
Former Kentucky Wildcat Anthony Davis is living a life that even he couldn't have imagined.

A record-setting National Player of the Year, National Champion, number one NBA draft pick and most recently, he added Olympic Gold Medalist to that already gaudy resume.

And he's still a teenager!

Davis was back in town Friday for an appearance at 'Chevrolet on Nicholasville.'

About 300 people waited in line for an autograph and a photo.

The dealership said people paid about $60 for the chance to meet Davis in person.

It also says the money will go to a charity of Davis' choice.

This was Davis' first public appearance in Kentucky since winning the gold medal.
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