Anthony Randolph's skill set is something of a mix between Hedo Turkoglu and Chris Bosh.
Randolph is 6'10" and can do anything and everything on a basketball court.
Somehow, Randolph dropped all the way to 14th in last year's draft, where the Warriors were ecstatic to scoop him right up.
Randolph can score on the inside, score from the outside, handle the ball like a guard, pass it, and block shots.
The sky is the limit for him, and after some early-season tussles with head coach Don Nelson, Randolph progressively saw more floor time and began to flourish.
Through two games in the summer league (I know, it's summer league) Randolph has been the unquestioned best and most dominant player on the floor.
Randolph could stand to add some strength, but if he doesn't, it won't hurt him either.
On talent alone, Randolph is capable of one day becoming the best player in the NBA.
I'm not saying he will be the best, but he will be a top-tier NBA star very soon.