Tacko Fall put together quite the highlight package in the 2019 NCAA tournament.
On Sunday during the second round of the NCAA tournament, No. 1 Duke beat No. 9 UCF, winning 77–76. But the matchup quickly was built up as one between Duke star and projected No. 1 pick in the 2019 NBA draft Zion Williamson and UCF's towering center Tacko Fall.
Fall didn't disappoint, providing some dazzling highlights against Duke and Williamson.
The game started with Williamson going up against Fall for tip-off, with Fall easily winning the matchup. Fall is 7'6" and has a 10'4" standing reach.
He even made his water bottle look miniature.
Here are some of Fall's other highlights of the game:
The 22-year-old Fall finished with 15 points, three blocks and six rebounds before fouling out with 14.4 seconds left in the game.
Fall said before the matchup he wouldn't allow Williamson to put him on one of his highlight tapes.