The Toronto Raptors have a handful of young players that have plenty of potential and just waiting to break out during their careers.
The Toronto Raptors have a great core of players that involve some veterans, some young players, and some rookies as well.
They are the 2019 NBA champions and after a tough 2020 playoff exit to the Boston Celtics, they are just waiting to get back at it to make another run to a championship and take another step in their careers.
We’ve seen some players grow their games in more than one way this past season for the Raptors, but some are going to take that next step and break out even further, maybe even as soon as next season.
3. Terence Davis – 23 years old – SG
2019-20 stats – 72 GP – 7.5 PPG – 3.3 RPG – 1.6 APG – .456 FG% – .388 3P% – .864 FT%
At my number three spot to start off this list of three Toronto Raptors that could have a breakout year next season, I have the rookie that a lot of people have enjoyed watching this past season, Terence Davis. Davis came off a great rookie season in my eyes after being an undrafted player and then signed and looked at as a potential future piece to this Raptors team in the eyes of Masai Ujiri.
After playing in 72 games this past season and averaging 16.8 minutes off the bench, Davis has shown basketball fans and especially Toronto Raptors fans that he can most definitely have a bright future in this league.
Obviously, I don’t think anyone is expecting him to become one of the best players in the league within five years, but he can definitely become a great role player or even a player that averages between 15-20 PPG in the next couple of years.
Being an undrafted player you definitely have that urge to prove everyone wrong that you should’ve been drafted into the NBA and that you’re not just some average basketball player out of college, just ask fellow teammate Fred VanVleet. VanVleet who is also an undrafted player has emerged himself as one of the more important players on this Raptors team along with one of the better point guards in the NBA too, so I don’t see why there isn’t a reason Davis cant do the same thing.