I'm not disrespecting Embiid. People forget that the best NBA players came from somewhere too. Embiid put up 19/14/4/2/1 per 40 minutes in college. Ayton is putting up 26/17/2/2/1 per 40 minutes. Of course the season is extremely young and it's unlikely that Ayton will sustain that level of dominance, but based on what we've seen so far, Ayton has been every bit as impressive as Embiid was as a prospect. Embiid may have had a better low post game, and he was also a better defender, but Ayton to me looks even more fluid/coordinated as an athlete and also has much better hands. I believe he has more potential to stretch the floor also. I'm not saying he's going to be better than Embiid, the odds are always against a young player reaching that level. However, he does have that sort of talent. Regarding Doncic, he's definitely the most skilled player in the draft. He's awesome and I'd have no issues taking him ahead of Bagley/Porter etc., but I'm obviously very high on Ayton. For me at this moment in time, it would be 1. Ayton 2. Doncic 3. Bagley.