Sun Devils teammates Ike Davis, Brett Wallace and Petey Paramore have been playing with each other for quite some time. They all were represented on the Aflac All-American team during the summer of 2004, with Davis taking home MVP honors. He is the biggest of the three sluggers, with a powerful left-handed swing and easy, natural loft power. He has a patient eye and a disciplined approach to go along with some pretty slick defense at first. He has enough athleticism to handle right field, where he played his first two years in college, and he has a strong enough arm that has allowed him to double as a pitcher during his junior year. This year everything has come together for Davis, as his production is starting to match his talent. His father Ron pitched for five different teams in the Major Leagues over 11 years.
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