Statistically, it is hard to argue against Derrick Williams. Many consider him the most productive player in college basketball.
He was one of the best scorers in the country, with 19.5 points per game, and stepped it up in the NCAA tournament.
He also was among the best shooters both inside and outside. His three-point percentage was outstanding, at nearly 57 percent, and he had an overall field goal percentage of 59.5 percent.
Last year, Williams was in the 92nd percentile in points per possession when in post situations scoring 1.065 PPP. In isolation situations, he scored 1.130 PPP and was in the 96th percentile.
Williams was also third in the country in free throw attempts per possession, taking 8.7 free throws a game.
His biggest weaknesses are his turnovers, which I assume will get better as he ages and has a team that doesn't need to rely on him as much, and his defensive rebounding, which is odd to hear about a guy who got 8.3 per game.
Luckily, the Timberwolves have Kevin Love and are the best rebounding team in the league.