What is relevant concerning how quickly he gets on the field, no matter where he goes, is the competition at his position and how quickly he picks up what he is asked to do.
But he isn't in college yet, so the next thing for ALL, including coaches, to do is speculate on his abilities and his potential to be an instant impact player at the next level.
And at this point in his career stat-wise, there has never been one better. His techniques are above most and his measurables are solid.
His hands are as great as any player seen at this level and absolutely better than a couple of LSU's starters last year...
And you are flat out wrong saying a player isn't evaluated on his stats and who he played as competition....he is a can't miss prospect and a solid young man with terrific grades who is nothing but good for LSU in all aspects of his life. Lord knows the locker room needs more solid influences as well....he should start on that alone LOL