Postman, I think you are selling George a little shot. He isn't a superstar, but he wasn't vastly inefficient. He did cool down after starting hot, but he ended up with a 20.1 PER, .555 TS% and a decent 107 Ortg
I think it depends on how we are using the term superstar. If you mean like Top 5 player superstar, then yea, usually we have some idea of those guys as they have dominated at some level or shown certain tools and flashes. If you just mean All-Star player, then that's a different case. The only reason you wouldn't trade Wiggins for Love is if you believe Wiggins is a once in a generation type talent. I actually think there's an argument for him, he has a lot of tools, but he does need some things in his approach and some skills to be improved to get there. I don't actually think Wiggins season was mediocre for a 19 year old freshman and actually George showed a lot of good things at Fresno too. Manu was a superstar outside the NBA though, so he doesn't really count.
I think Postman is not taking into account that Wiggins only played one year in college. A lot of the once in a generation type talents we are talking about who went to college played more than one season, and if they had only played one season, their first year might not have been a dominant season. Freshman Hakeem, though he was especially raw put up 8/6. Freshman Ewing put up 13/8. Freshman Shaq put up 14/12. I think we have to sort of adjust for the fact that we are judging players production based on just their freshman year. Freshman Vince averaged 7.5/3.8 in 17 mins, and 16/5/2 as a junior. What could Wiggins do if he stayed two more seasons? So when you put it in perspective, a freshman player averaging 17/6 isn't a problem, and he looked quite good at times. I don't think he's a clear cut once in a generation talent, but he's certainly not out of the running to be that high level type of player either.
Wiggins stats aren't a problem, what I'd be more worried about with him as a perimeter player is the level of his handles in comparison to his peers as a perimeter player. That is probably his biggest limiting factor. His shot has actually shown decent progress and really in comparison to other perimeter players in the league in their freshman year in college, his percentages aren't bad at all.