Dude is the most dominant prospect physically since probably Lebron. Dominant rebounder. He honestly does some Shaq level things. His athleticism and physical ability can not be overstated. Developing jumper and really nice passing instincts as well. His vision and feel are advanced. All that and his personality gives off special competitor vibes.
He’s an interesting player; one way he’s definitely like LeBron is that if he gets into the open court on a break he has that freight train momentum. But otherwise I would not say he’s physically dominant the way LeBron was, at least in the half court, when he’s playing against competition that is future-NBA caliber. As a run-jump athlete he’s awesome in a straight line and he has good handles. But he’s had a lot of trouble staying in front of guards - Stepien collected some videos of guards breaking his ankles with crossovers. And when he’s played against Nassir Little, Little has stripped him a bunch of times. He can’t shoot outside and his team defense is a big question mark. And yes, I am wondering how a player 6’6” and 280 is going to age.
Here’s Little putting out defensive effort in the McDonalds game to stop Williamson. (He didn’t win every battle like this one, but it was definitely not a mismatch.) https://youtu.be/3Yvs6mmKutk
Every review I’ve read says Little’s focus and competitiveness are truly elite. I’ll be very interested to see what UNC does when they play Duke.