Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports
Though it's early, not a single team has been able to contain Jordan Adams so far. He's scored at least 16 points in all 10 of UCLA's games and is averaging 21.2 on the year.
Despite the big production at a high-profile school, NBA radars haven't been flashing uncontrollably. Adams is an average athlete at a position that typically requires above-average athleticism.
Still, you can't ignore this kid's skill set and instincts on both ends of the floor.
Adams can generate offense in a variety of different ways, with the ability to attack the rim, finish after contact, score in the lane or separate in the mid-range. He's also a threatening outside shooter (37 percent on three-pointers, 85 percent on free throws) who can make shots in bunches.
Defensively, Adams is active and aggressive. He's averaging 3.5 steals per game, good for No. 3 in the country.
He might not make many highlight plays above the rim, but he's got terrific size, skills and a feel for the game. If he continues to dominate in conference play, expect Adams to hit radars sooner rather than later.