6. PERRY JONES III
Between Perry Jones III and Quincy Miller, the dunks behind closed doors at Baylor practices must have been insane. Like Miller, Jones III is a long small forward who right now is raw, but has all the potential in the world to shape into an NBA All-Star. As a senior in high school, Jones III made it to the finals of the McDonald’s All-American Dunk Contest and he hasn’t looked back since.
5. ANTHONY DAVIS
He’s the No. 1 pick of the draft. He blocks shots. He rebounds. He can spread you out with a jumper. He can keep you honest with a hook with his back to the basket. And if you give him the opportunity, he can make you pay with a monster slam. Antony Davis is the real deal. From 6-3 in high school to the 6-10 No. 1 pick of the NBA Draft, Davis didn’t lose any athleticism in between. Just check out this video of him chilling in sweats while having some fun with a lucky (or unlucky, however you want to look at it) Kentucky fan. This is just the beginning of a long highlight reel for the star of this year’s draft.