2. Anthony Davis
Before Anthony Davis turned pro, he could often be found taking to the streets of Chicago, schooling people like the basketball prodigy he is.
Davis, who is commonly known as Unibrow, The Brow, Ant and AD, had all the makings early on to be a star in the league.
It all began in October of 2012 when Davis made his NBA debut with the New Orleans Hornets. The team, which was later renamed the Pelicans, provided him many opportunities early on to demonstrate his potential.
Has Davis reached his ceiling yet?
I think not.
At 27 years old, Davis still has a lot of youth on his side. He was averaging 26.7 points, 9.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game until the league hit pause. As his overall career statistics show, Davis is averaging 24 points, 10.4 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game.
Notable accolades include seven All-Star Team nods, three All-NBA Team selections and three All-Defensive Team honors.
Davis was born in Chicago. He went to high school at Perspectives Charter School in Chicago and attended college at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky.
Davis has a 91.3% chance of getting inducted as a player into the Hall of Fame.