No most of them are talking about his potential and are not saying the he will be great for a fact. There is a big difference between people saying that he has the talent to be great and actually proclaming that he will in fact be a hall of famer. As to work out numbers I just don't believe in their importance as much as you seem to. I can tell you that based on watching film on both guys that KM is without a doubt faster and more dangerous as a runner. I can also tell you based on that same film that KM has a stronger arm than RW (accuracy seems to be pretty even). As far as stats are concerned KM's all around numbers last year were quite a bit better than any one season in RW's college career. On paper I believe KM is the better prospect, but of course being the better prospect does not guarantee the better career.