Source: Hoops WorldEd Davis, Toronto Raptors – 8.8 points, 7.0 rebounds, 1.6 blocks
There are few guys that could step in to an organization and, in at least some light, replace the franchise player, especially when that player was a perennial all-star like Chris Bosh. Raptors forward Ed Davis hasn't exactly set the world on fire, and certainly hasn't put up the 20-10 that his predecessor did on a nightly basis, but he is blossoming into a quality young big man with a ton of potential. The 6-10, 215 lb., (yes, you read that right) forward is still developing as a offensive weapon, but his length, athleticism and activity level are elite. Over his past five games, Davis is shooting .667 from the field and is proving to be capable of protecting the rim on the defensive end.
They have Blake Griffin, John Wall and Greg Monroe ahead of him. That's it.