In my opinion t will is one of the hardest players to evaluate in the draft the guy has lotto level talent but it you look at his 4 years at louisville he never had an breakout season and only averaged 12.5 points his senior year but at 6-6 he has good size for the 2 guard position a big time athlete good passer and rebounder if he ever developed into a good 3 point shooter and added a mid range game who knows maybe 5 years from now we all could be saying that t will was the best sg in the entire draft.
Everything you said about him is pretty much true. I think the fact that he never had that breakout year at louisville might scare a few teams away. But because of his size and do-it-all type game, some team is sure to take a shot on him in the 12-18 range. And if he can develop a shot he my very well be the best SG from this draft.
I'm a huge T-Will proponent. I think he's a team guy who makes those around him better. he rebounds, he has good handles, good athleticism~defense, versatile.... There just isn't a lot more you can ask for in a 3rd/4th fiddle. If he can ever get a consistent J he could be as effective as Hedo was this postseason. T-will has the ability to probe a defense to find the open man.
There aren't really any stars in this draft besides Griffin so I think the goal for teams this year is to get either assets to trade or role guys who will contribute to a TEAM effort... There are a lot of guys who I think are reallly solid NBA players in this draft... Everyone is saying it's a &$#%#&@! draft because there aren't many stars... I kind of disagree. It's a decent draft top-bottom.
He seems like a player that'll be a glue piece to any team like a Shane Battier
Golden State wants him alot. He could develop into a Mikael Pietrus kind of guy. He also reminds me of Andre Iguodala, but that would be the best case scenario of course lol...Pietrus seems more likely though
Although not as offensively talented, he reminds me of Brandon Roy.
B Roy & T Will both come out of the great NW (seattle)... but yea, i definitely like the way they play the game up there. i think they play the right way...not too selfish, just good ball (excluding maybe jamal crawford, but who can blame him, he can flat out score)