Jones has shown a lot more than those guys as a floor general as well...he was significantly better than Garland (let alone Morant) in that area coming out of high school, and he's only helped his reputation in that area at Duke. You can say that life's easy when you're surrounded by so much talent, but all of Duke's other freshmen have struggled with bouts of turnovers while Jones has proven pretty unflappable. That kind of poise is fairly common in seniors like Carter, much less common in freshmen like Jones. His strongest single skill may be his post-up ability, but his all-around game and leadership really make him a top prospect. He may be the most versatile defender in the draft after Zion, and his improving passing/shooting/ballhandling skills give him room to grow on offense. The strength and quick first step he uses in the post will continue to be valuable if he develops more of a perimeter oriented dribble drive game.