Jarrett has the potential to be a top 5 center in this league due to his skill set and intangibles. He runs the PnR very well, he defends the rim very well already, and on offense, he is definitely best used as a rim runner who sets picks every play, but he is also expanding his game. Last season he took a decent amount of mid range jumpers and even a few 3 pointers, and he looked good while doing so. His shooting mechanics are definitely a lot better than you’d expect a 19 year old big man to have, which is the reason his FT% increased from 50% in college, to 78% in his first NBA season. To give you a realistic ceiling of his, imagine Clint Capela, but with the ability to space the floor as well