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Gateway's Anthony Davis was a 2012 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Terrific 25 selection.
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Thursday, June 27, 2013, 7:54 p.m.
 

Gateway defensive back Anthony Davis will have plenty of familiar faces around when he heads to college. The three-star recruit, according to rivals.com, made a verbal commitment to Temple on Thursday, joining fellow Gators rising seniors Delvon Randall and Brenon Thrift as Owls recruits for the Class of 2014.

“Just committed to Temple,” he posted on Twitter.

Davis also will reunite with former Gateway head coach Terry Smith, who is in his first offseason as a Temple assistant coach.

Davis (6-1, 175), who intercepted six passes last year, had 17 offers, including Cincinnati, Maryland, Michigan State, Nebraska, Penn State and West Virginia.

He is the 12th WPIAL player of the Class of 2014 to make a Division I-FBS verbal commitment.

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