Who would lottery teams take No. 1?

Freshman big man Anthony Davis has been so dominant on D, he's drawing comparisons to Shaq. Mark Zerof/US Presswire

For the third time in four seasons, there is no debate about the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft. Barring some catastrophic injury or a major push from another prospect, Kentucky big man Anthony Davis will be the first player to hear his name called in June.

When thinking about a prototypical No. 1 pick, Davis checks out in virtually every category. Size? Check. Length? Super check. Elite athleticism? Check. Work ethic? Check. High character? Check. Motor? Check. Production? Check. Upside? Another major check.