Before we show you this outrageous dunk, you must first know that Zion Williamson is no ordinary high school basketball player. The Spartanburg (South Carolina) High School forward is a monster on the court.
According to ESPN, Williamson is the No. 2 prospect for his position in the nation and the No.1 player in his region and state. The junior is a five-star athlete in the class of 2018, which means he still has another year to develop his skills before moving on to college.
However, one skill he doesn't need to work on is his dunking. The 16-year-old regularly throws down NBA-level dunks during games, but the one he performed on Monday night might be his best yet.
During a game against Shannon Forest, the 6-foot-7, 230-pound athletic freak executed a dunk so nice it would have earned 10's across the board at the NBA Dunk Contest. While on a fast break, Williamson leapt up from just outside the paint and completed a 360-degree windmill dunk.
— TeLante' Webber (@TelanteWebber) February 14, 2017
The defender was smart for not jumping, because Williamson would've posterized the poor kid. Williamson finished the 92-32 victory with 31 points, 11 rebounds and eight dunks. Check out his full game highlights below.
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Here are more season highlights for your enjoyment.
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