The No.11 overall pick of the 2013 draft has been producing the goods for the Philadelphia 76ers in his debut season in the NBA.
Exploding onto the scene with 22 points, 12 assists, 7 rebounds, and 9 steals in his debut against the Miami Heat in October, Carter-Williams has maintained good form.
His incredible athletic ability, and strong passing, has made him a key player for the 76ers already.
Defensive excellence, and improving perimeter shooting, mean many see the player out of Syracuse as a future annual All-Star.
Averaging 17.5 points per game this season he is the stand out 2013 classman.
It is also worth noting that the guard has more assists (6.7) and rebounds (5.9) per game than LeBron did in his rookie year.
James recorded 5.9 apg and 5.5 rpg in 2003-04.