Anthony Bennett is entering his rookie year without having participated much in offseason activities (shoulder surgery).
He's also entering a loaded frontcourt consisting of Tristan Thompson, Anderson Varejao, Andrew Bynum, Earl Clark, Alonzo Gee and Tyler Zeller. There's a good chance Cleveland chooses to ease Bennett into the lineup and make him earn his spot in the rotation.
The Cavaliers are also still trying to figure out what his natural position will be. He's got the game of a power forward with the size of a wing (6'8'').
Still, Bennett is physically NBA-ready. His strength, athleticism and explosiveness alone should contribute to a few highlight plays per game that flash his towering ceiling.
But Cleveland took Bennett No. 1 overall because it loves his long-term upside, not his short-term outlook.
In terms of power forwards, this draft class just didn't produce many. Bennett is essentially No. 2 on this list by default. Don't expect No. 1-type results in Bennett's rookie year in Cleveland.