TheRinger article above does a pretty good job laying out the weaknesses of each player. I was sort of trying to anticipate if Ainge would make an out-of-consensus move, like he did with Fultz, who he'd be more willing to pass on. Bamba's issues seem pretty fixable (like strengthening his legs and core) he seems highly analytical, intelligent and coachable. From what I've seen of the others, Bagley has a very suspect handle, jump shot,some of his fundamentals are rudimentary and at times he lacks some BBall IQ; on the other hand, he seems to have plus-plus defensive potential a la young KG if he puts it together. Ayton's makeup concerns me most because his effort seems to come and go but he possibly has the most upside of the group. All that being said, we are talking about really young kids and we will learn a lot watching them at the NCAA level to see if they can answer some of these questions. I predict 1-2 of these consensus top-5 will drop into the back half of the lottery, and there will be 1-2 risers in the conversation from the Williams, Sexton, Carter tier. I'd be pretty stoked to get any 2 of the top-5.