I'm a results guy, and right now, Monk is getting results, and I would put his skill level up against Bradley's at the same point in time. Now I grant you that Monk can't go to a school and increase his wingspan. It is what it is, but he's a very, good defender right now. I think his defense gets overlooked because he's such a good offensive player. Would I love it if he had a seven foot wingspan? Of course, but I look at players for what they have and how their using it, not what they don't have. There are a lot of 6'5" guards with nice wingspans that failed in the NBA. Monk doesn't look like a player that will fail. You can nic pic any player to death to the point where you talk yourself out of him. Right now, Monk is an impact player on a top college team playing against other top players. Lets see where he is a couple of months from now. If you don't think that Fox's athleticism isn't in the same ballpark with Wall's when he was at Kentucky, then your in disagreement with me, and just about every scout in the NBA. It's not even worth discussing. Also, how can you in the same breath praise Marcus Smarts skill level, and then criticize Fox's three point shot. Smart can't shoot a pea into the ocean consistently. Fox can at least hit the three point shot, and he's smart enough to know he's not good off the dribble with it, so he doesn't take it. Smart just kept launching three after three despite shooting around 25% or less for his career. By the way, Fox is a terrific defender as well.