Quincy Acy Dunk Video: Watch Baylor Star's Monstrous One-Handed Slam

Nicholas Goss@@NicholasGoss35Correspondent IMarch 24, 2012

Baylor forward Quincy Acy threw down a monstrous jam off an inbounds pass during the Bears' Sweet 16 meeting with the Xavier Musketeers on Friday night.

Acy was in beast mode the entire night and had a number of powerful dunks against the Musketeers, but none of them were more powerful than this one. Acy caught the ball with one hand and threw it down with authority.

Don't underestimate the degree of difficulty on this dunk. It's not easy to time an inbounds pass and throw it down over a big man like Xavier center Kenny Frease.

If Acy and Baylor play with the energy they did against Xavier for the rest of the tournament, the Bears will be a very difficult time to beat. Their front-court depth is really impressive and tough to defend when the Bears are locked in.

This year's NCAA tournament has been without any jaw-dropping highlights thus far, but Acy changed all that by treating college basketball fans with this awesome dunk.

If only Gus Johnson could have done the play-by-play during the Baylor/Xavier game, I'm sure he would have given Acy's dunk a legendary call.

 

Nicholas Goss is a Featured Columnist at Bleacher Report; follow him on Twitter.

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