I don't think Simmons or Ingram is some kind of franchise savior. Simmons is a great fit as a 4 in the modern NBA though because he can guard inside and on the perimeter, rebound, handle the ball like a guard, and score inside. Even if he never develops a reliable jumper, he is still going to be a very valuable player. I see him as a better version of Draymond Green who can create offense on his own much better than Green.
Good length allows him to be an effective rebounder and shot-blocker
Nice touch around the basket
Has shown the ability to knock down mid-range jumpers
Strong finisher at the rim
Runs the floor well especially when getting back on defense
Offensive game is still a work in progress
Struggles at the free-throw line
Needs to become stronger if he is going to bang down low in the NBA
Tends to get into foul trouble due to being an over-agressive shot-blocker
Needs to be more aggressive on the offensive end
Summary: Davis' sophomore season came to an end prematurely due to an injury to his shooting wrist. Davis is a top-10 prospect depsite the fact that he did not blow up this season like most people were expecting. The injury throws a wrench into his decision to turn pro or return for his junior season. I am 50/50 on which decision he will make but it may be hard for him to pass up being a top-10 pick.
Player Comparison: Al Horford. Horford and Davis seem to be headed down similar paths. Much like Davis, Horford was a role player as a freshman known for his rebounding and shot-blocking abilities. When Horford stepped into the starting lineup, his game progressed to the point where he was one of the more effective big men in the country. Davis is expected to make that leap in his sophomore season just as Horford did.