They are very different players. Think back a few years with Embiid. If his health didn't knock him down a few spots, he would have been the #1 pick. Even still, I bet the Timberwolves would rather have him than Wiggins. Wiggins made an impact right away but does that matter when the big is someone you can build a title contender around when they hit their prime? Will Wiggins ever be a part of a title team? I know Ayton and Doncic are different but the point still stands, franchise bigs are more valuable than franchise wings. They take a little longer to pan out but if they do, you are vaulted into contention because of them. The odds of a wing alone leading you to the playoffs or to compete for a title? Not happening. Unless there is a health issue, you always take the big over the wing. Even if there is health concerns, you weight those carefully before making the call. That's why Oden went before Durant. People knew KD would be really good, probably not an MVP but Oden was projected to be one of the best defensive bigs ever. Until news came out about how bad Oden's knees were, Portland got a pass for taking him when KD was scoring 20+ ppg as a rookie. Ayton doesn't have Oden or Embiid's health issues. He's not seen as good as them defensively but almost all the analysts predicted him to be better offensively. There's a reason he was compared to Shaq, David Robinson, Hakeem. He could go down as the one of the greats if he's healthy and improves as projected.