It's hard to gauge where he’s at, relative to his peers in the US college system, just because we don’t really have many situations worthy of comparison. Other than Hampton, the only other real comparable scenario is Ferguson coming in as a potential lottery pick, and he really struggled his season here, but despite that he’s carved out a niche in the NBA after going 18th overall (granted he plays a very specific role that highly sought after, as a 3-&-D wing with length and athleticism). Lonzo went 2nd, and I think Lamelo is a better prospect than his brother, in as much as he also is a more skilled ball handler/scorer, but probably doesn’t have his defensive prowess (but I imagine teams feel they can at least teach some). His outside shot would be my only real worry, as getting to the hoop is potentially harder against an engaged and more athletic NBA defence (in theory), but who knows, playing with better players might make the game easier. I know at least he’s better right now than any of New York’s point guards currently on their roster.