I agree with all of that. It's one of those things where without getting to see the players personally, you have to judge them based off what you read/hear and how their profile fits with what you value in a baseball player (similar to how I used to criticize Joe Jordan for falling in love with the 4th OF profile haha).
My initial post was probably too much hyperbole, but I do think that he profiles as the type of guy that could really blossom into a great player with proper instruction. Not to say he isn't getting proper instruction at Stanford, just that the buzz is that Stanford doesn't do any hitters a great service. Obviously that falls into the blanket statements point you made so it's tough (without seeing him personally) to decide, you know?
Sure. It's been tough on pro evaluators to make up their mind on Wilson based on limited spring looks and uncertainty as to how his injury has affected him. So I fully get uncertainty from folks that haven't had the opportunity to see him. Scouting stat lines in college is dangerous without context, but just looking at his pure lines he has made improvements over the past two years. I think, given other likely options, he's a back-end of the 1st Round/Supp-1st guy for me, but I could be talked into buying into him in the teens.