While your brief analysis of the Panther's Oline has a lot of truth to it, I'm not sure it's yet fair to say that their is a problem in the 2ndary. The rooks are playing pretty well and definitely aren't the problem. Another is that they can't get a pass rush because the QBs are having success throwing the ball for short, quick, Brady esque passes, but when throwing deeper, the interior rush at least is getting there, and the corners have been impressing. While they are no Norman at this point, I can say that they are one of the few bright spots so far. The main problem is that the Oline can't block, and special teams can't tackle.
Great creator off the dribble who can score in multiple ways
Nice pull-up jumper
Outstanding body control when attacking the basket and not afraid of contact
Can initiate the offense because of his ball-handling and court vision
Ability to set up his teammates off the drive and dish
Excellent leaper who can finish strong at the rim
Can post up smaller defenders
Very active rebounder
Quickness and length helps him on the defensive end
Can guard multiple positions
Turns the ball over quite a bit as he tries to do too much sometimes
Not a great free throw shooter
Must become more comfortable with his outside shot as he only attempted 25 threes last season because of his stellar ability off the bounce
Falls in love with his spin move too often
Summary: Turner has come back from injury and not missed a beat, returning to his stud status as the favorite for National Player of the Year. He will almost certainly be the second-overall pick after John Wall and won't fall out of the top four.
Player Comparison: Scottie Pippen. Pippen was often used in a point-forward role with the Bulls while running the triangle offense. Turner morphed into a point forward this season and was excelling at that position prior to his injury. Both players were multi-faceted with their game, but I think Turner has more star potential while Pippen was better off in a complementary role.