@Walter well you reamed the dolphins for trading out of the top ten to get Alonso and Maxwell (which I personally don't think was that bad of a move, but whatever) but then they were still able to get the best player in the draft despite trading down.
Blow-by first step allows him to get to the basket
Terrific in the open floor
Handling contact when attacking the rim
Body control in the lane
Strength for his size
Inconsistent outside shooter
Not a true distributor
Forces issue too frequently
Not an NBA-caliber athlete
Summary: Wayns is making a mistake by leaving school early, as there is a realistic chance he'll go undrafted. He is a volume scorer who doesn't shoot the ball well from distance and never proved to be a true floor leader during his three years at Villanova. Plus, he lacks the ideal athleticism compared to the ideal NBA-level point guard.
Player Comparison: John Lucas. An undersized point guard who is more of a scorer than distributor, Lucas has struggled to find a role in the NBA and has floated around the D-League and overseas. Wayns figures to experience a similar situation as he will have to work his way onto a NBA roster, which won't be easy.