There's a reason I tend to go to fans of the player to get a proper evaluation of his skills. While his fans may be prone to overemphasizing a player's upside, at least I know that they've watched the player in earnest and know what he is, and is not, capable of doing. Give me a fan who knows a lot about one player rather than an "expert" who knows a little about a huge number of players.
Case in point, from ESPN.com's second round analysis:
Not a playmaker when the ball is in the air?
Good grief. It's not like Aaron Williams made the play in a game no one saw against Rice.