The game is constantly evolving. Magic Johnson was once a rare phenomena; a 6’9” point guard who could just as easily score a bucket himself or dazzle defenders with no-look passes in transition. Nowadays however, size doesn’t limit you to a particular position. Just because you’re tall enough to defend the rim, doesn’t mean you’re stuck in the front court. With players like Kevin Durant and Anthony Davis paving the way for a generation of versatile big men, we’re already seeing a crop of teenagers dominating all aspects of the court. The latest to pivot into the limelight is none other than the son of the late great NBA center Manute Bol, Bol Bol. Already standing at 6’11”, the 15-year-old protégé is doing it all from crashing boards, leading transitions, jumpers off the dribble, fancy post moves, and more. While he’s already considered one of the top prospects in his class according to ESPN, we wonder if he’ll run into similar knee problems as his pops.