The Top 10 Dunkers In The 2012 NBA Draft

By: 06.04.12

DeQuan Jones may not be turning many GM’s heads, but college basketball fans certainly know him for his emphatic finishes above the rim. The 6-6 shooting guard barely cracks the top 100 prospects list but topped many highlight reels in his four years at Miami. If he puts in the work and gets drafted into the right situation, look for him to have a Dahntay Jones type of impact in the NBA.

Couldn’t help but also add this high school video of him posterizing John Wall, who wanted nothing to do with taking that charge.

Jeremy Lamb isn’t the most athletic guy in the draft. His jumper leaves much to be desired and his wiry frame certainly needs a little bulk. One thing he has already mastered though is the art of the in-game dunk. It seemed like every night Lamb headed the Sportscenter Top Ten and pretty soon, he will be a top-10 draft pick for some lucky team.

Who do you think is the best dunker in this class?

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