Well, we'll just have to disagree. The above highlights show no ability to change direction with the ball or handle to the extent that he can play PnR in college. The first minute and a half is nothing but transition dunks and the like. He is a catch and shoot player in a half court set from the film above.........lacks the ability to create for others and himself. At least 80-85% of the above highlights are Bowen on transition dunks/oops or catch and shoot situations.
Perhaps my standards are higher than your own.........but when I look at a player like Bruce Brown in comparison to Bowen, there is a big difference in terms of lateral movement and vertical speed.
If he looks like a top 10 player to you, so be it, that's your opinion and you're entitled to it. I just disagree. When I viewed highlights of Josh Jackson in 8th grade, he was MUCH better than Bowen in all facets of the game other than shooting (and even that was close). That is what you call a top 10 player in my opinion. The ability to create offense for yourself and your team is what truly elite players (think top 10) can do as opposed to players that are reliant on others to create for them.