I'm in on Anthony. Here are my reasons why:
1. Only two other players played more than 5 games for UNC and shot over 30% from three on his team. UNC ranked 307th in 3 point attempts per game. That means that the floor was congested for him and explains some of his poor efficiency. This wreaks of another Jaylen Brown situation, where the individual stats may tells us more about the team than the player's ability.
2. Anthony demonstrated the ability to score in many different ways, which is one reason why the comparison to Carson Edwards doesn't stick well. He did step-back threes, pull-up threes, spot ups threes, step-back twos, floaters, up-and-unders, eurosteps, and much more. He has abilities that many guards take years to develop.
3. I like that Anthony helps out on the boards, and I think it reflects well on him that he got rebounds even though his team played two-big lineups a lot. It shows heart and hustle.
4. His movement is smooth and quick. He reminds me a lot of Mike Conley in the way he plays on offense. I think he has similar court vision but his assists were lower in college compared to Conley due to the congested court and poor shooting by his teammates.
5. I think he demonstrated a good ability to draw fouls and get to the free throw line. His feel for that is excellent, which projects well for his scoring in the NBA.
Overall, I think Anthony has a legit opportunity to become a high-level starting point guard/fringe all-star in the NBA (CJ McCullom, Kemba Walker, Fred Van Fleet range of player). I think his pedigree will likely lead to him working hard, especially with the infrastructure in Boston, which means I think its likely he reaches his potential.