@Dinner Arizona is basically the sweetheart of sports writers and the refs and they don't want to admit it. It's obvious to everyone watching football that they're not better than Carolina, let alone Minnesota or probably even Green Bay. But the media keeps up with this "best team in the NFC" silliness and the refs keep handing them calls they apparently think everyone is too blind to see. Fortunately Carson Palmer will predictably implode when playoff time comes around and either Honey Badger or Patrick Peterson will find a way to get injured again.
Incredible length helps him as a defender and rebounder
Alters as many shots as he blocks
Terrific help side defender
Runs the floor well
Handles the ball well for his size
Right-handed hook shot
Needs to get stronger
Still learning to be a consistent low post scorer
Consistency with his jumper
Free throw shooting
Prone to foul trouble
Summary: Davis is loaded with ability and has not even scratched the surface on his potential, which is why he is a candidate to be the top overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. Davis is not ready to be a major contributor right away, but not many guys his size are blessed with that type of athleticism, length, and versatility. There is potential for him to be a very special player at the next level if he continues to get stronger and develop his all-around game.
Player Comparison: A young Marcus Camby. Due to his size and length, Davis is a tremendous shot-blocker and rebounder like Camby has been his entire career. Davis is more skilled with the ball than Camby ever has been, but not quite the post scorer. That should come over time for Davis, who has greater upside than Camby did.