Ahead of the 2019-20 college basketball season, we’re projecting who its top 50 players will be. In constructing our rankings, we considered a number of factors: previous college production (or, for freshmen, high school/recruiting pedigree), a player’s natural ability, how big of a role he’s expected to play on his team, what a sizable expectation for year-to-year improvement is and, not least of all, how important he will be to his team’s success. That means this is not a list of which players have the best NBA prospects, or play for the best overall teams, or might wind up with the best NCAA or professional careers. It’s a projection for the 2019-20 college hoops season only, and while things like NBA draft stock might naturally have overlap with such a ranking, it was not a determiner here. Davis is a fascinating player who will provide plenty of fireworks on a Detroit Mercy team that is ineligible for the 2020 postseason. The son of coach Mike Davis, Antoine is hoping to take an unorthodox path to his NBA dreams and has perhaps the greenest light in the nation. As a true freshman last season, he was third nationally at 26.1 points per game, inc...