They don't have green skin, they don't suffer from uncontrollable rage, and they aren't able to make chest passes with parked cars. But they are as strong a trio of prospects as the Draft has seen in some time. By showing exceptional levels of game for players so young, the following ballers have gone from unknown quantities to blue-chip prospects in NBA Draft 2003. Take a look at our list of candidates, then vote for who you think has the best chance of reaching "Hulk-like" levels of play in his rookie season.
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Carmelo Anthony, 6-8, Forward
Named Second Team All-America by AP as a freshman. Led Syracuse to a 30-5 record and the school’s first NCAA championship in men’s basketball. Named Most Valuable Player of the 2003 NCAA Final Four and MVP of NCAA East Regional. Consensus national Freshman of the Year. Unanimous choice as Big East Conference Freshman of the Year and was an All-Big East First Team selection.

LeBron James, 6-8, Forward-Guard
Consensus 2003 National High School Player of the Year. Named PARADE High School Boys Basketball Player of the Year for the second consecutive season as a senior, becoming the first repeat winner in the 47-year history of the award. Named USA Today boys’ high school basketball Player of the Year following junior and senior seasons. Named Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior and senior.

Darko Millicic, 7-0, Forward-Center
One of the most promising young big men in Europe. A skilled and strong big man who is comfortable at any spot along the front line. Has developed quickly both in terms of skill development and physical stature. He is expected to start out as a forward in the NBA but will likely play center eventually as his body matures. A member of the Yugoslavian team that won the European Cadet Championships in 2001.

(Photo Credits: Carmelo Anthony by Sam Forencich/NBAE/Getty Images; LeBron James by Randy Belice/NBAE/Getty Images; Darko Millicic by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE/Getty Images)