Let’s see, tip dunk, fadeaway jumper, NBA 3-point range, windmill dunk, tough layup against contact?
Those all seem like things coach Anthony Grant can use as the Flyers try to bounce back from a 14-17 season that snapped their NCAA tournament streak.
Regarded as a late bloomer, Toppin went to prep school for a year after high school and signed with the Flyers in May 2017 over offers from Illinois and Mississippi State.
He was 6-foot-8 then but said recently he has grown to 6-10.
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Toppin wasn't eligible to play last season because of academics, but he could jump right into a significant role this fall after the graduation of Darrell Davis and the exit of five players who had eligibility remaining.