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Just as we saw that these three have different body-types, they also have different offensive skill sets.
Anthony Davis' ultra-versatility helped him torture teams that came up against UK on its way to cutting down the nets in New Orleans.
Because he hit a late growth spurt, he possessed a lot of wing player talents when he went from 6'3" at the beginning of his junior in high school to a 6'10" collegiate phenom. His mobility and agility allowed him to break defenders down off the dribble or back-door everyone, resulting in countless alley-oop dunks.
Nerlens Noel is an athletic freak around the basket and an offensive rebounding beast, pulling in almost three O-boards per game.
He gets a high percentage of his buckets off of penetration-dishes, alley-oops or tip-jams.
Dakari Johnson is more of a traditional back-to-the-basket post man. He understandably provides a large target down low.
He has a nice assortment of post-moves that help him face up in the paint. Johnson will bring a developing jump hook when he takes the court as a collegiate player.