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Topic - Eric Davis
Saginaw Arthur Hill coach Greg McMath knows talent.
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"This is a good feeling to know that my name can always (be) thrown around with the all-time greats from Saginaw," Davis said. "I know we've had a lot of great players from Saginaw that have done a lot of great things, so just to be a part of that group or even talked about is a beautiful feeling."
"I'm proud of myself because this is a great accomplishment and I wish I could've got a state championship with it. But overall this is a good feeling and I'm blessed, but I can't be satisfied," Davis said. "I want to get it again next year. I want to get Mr. Basketball and win a state championship. I want to have goals and continue to get better every day. So, it's a good accomplishment, but I've got to keep working to continue to fulfill my dreams."