Anyways, I agree that freshman statistics don't mean everything, and that wasn't the point I was trying to make. What I'm saying is that Kemba Walker is being hailed around here as a winner and leader etc. (which he undoubtedly is), but his leadership skills and big-time scoring were all developed after a couple of seasons of getting accustomed to the NCAA, so his statistics and his accomplishments should be taken with a grain of salt. I only use Brandon Knight as an example because they're being compared so often, and Walker could end up being a better player than Brandon Knight, but what I'm saying here is that age shouldn't be a non-factor when looking at a player's accomplishments and deciding who to pick.
As for Rondo vs. Bayless, Rondo is obviously by far the better player, but he's also been a lot luckier in his career in terms of teammates and learning environment. Under different circumstances, it's possible that Bayless would be a better player right now. It's a pointless argument because we'll never know, but it's food for thought.