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After posting huge numbers and leading his Arizona Wildcats to the best record in the Pac-10, Derrick Williams truly burst onto the national stage during the NCAA tournament.
Here he was a constant fixture on the highlight reel due to his clutch performances, blocking game-tying attempts at the buzzer, knocking down game-winning shots or posting huge point totals while powering his team to a deep tournament run.
Seeing as though the 6'8", 241-pound sophomore forward posted season-long averages of 19.5 points, 8.3 rebounds, 1.1 threes, one steal and 0.7 blocks per game, it's clear that he can do it all.
Moreover, he was extremely efficient, shooting 59.5 percent from the field, 56.8 percent from three and 74.6 percent from the line.
Consequently, although he doesn't possess the elite-level athleticism, Williams will still be able to contribute in the NBA right from the start, providing size, shooting and a well-rounded game for some lucky franchise.