You could just as easily be saying "If a raw, physical specimen who has only played basketball for a couple years records the first triple double in Nike Hoops Summit history against the likes of Anthony Davis and others, then draft him."
Not trying to say you're wrong. Just saying that scouting players and projecting them can be very difficult.
Also, we all (myself included) like to point to players A, B, C, and D and say how we liked them and knew they were going to turn out to be great and that's why we're better talent evaluators than current NBA GM's. However, what we tend to forget is that we also said the same things about players E, F, G, H, I, and J and how they're now out of the league or on the end of some team's bench. The difference between couch GM's (again, myself included) and real GM's is that the real ones only have ONE choice and EVERYONE is going to remember whether they were right or wrong.
Note: Sorry if this comes off harsh or attacking you. That's not what I intend for it to be.