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And then there was one. (No, I'm not talking about his unibrow).
There is no doubt that Davis is the top player in college basketball right now.
He has a ridiculous 7'4" wingspan, which complements his great leaping ability and outstanding athleticism. While he is not a heavy scorer, Davis is an efficient one as he shot 63 percent on the season. Davis is also very smooth and fluid on both ends of the floor.
His length allows him to block a lot of shots (4.6 bpg) and create problems for opposing offenses. Davis is also a machine on the glass and is very good at turning offensive rebounds into second-chance points.
Unlike some of his counterparts on this list, however, Davis does not have an effective post game due to his thin build. He can sometimes be pushed around by stronger and stockier players who overpower him in the post.
If Davis puts on some weight and adds a back-to-the-basket game to his offense, there is no doubt that he will become a force to be reckoned with in the NBA.