Best Tex-Pat Blowin' Up - 2009
If you consider his breakout, dominating performance in this year's NBA summer league, this season will be one to watch for Woodrow Wilson alumni Anthony Randolph. Playing against rookies, sophomores and journeymen, he was easily the best player on the court, averaging 26 points and 8.5 rebounds a game and turning in one epic performance in which he went for 42 points along with three blocks and four steals. The scary thing is that he still has room to grow—he's added an inch of height and some 20 pounds to his frame since he was drafted out of LSU in 2008. Even scarier, he plays for the Golden State Warriors, which means he has access to Don Nelson's evil laboratory. Granted, he's got a long way to go to prove himself against the Dirks and Duncans of the league, but we're certainly not betting against him.