I'm not a scout, but when I look at Wilson's highlights, I see a lot of impressive physical tools. He's got a strong arm and can make NFL throws that some college QBs can't--outside the numbers from the far hash with velocity, for example. He's got athleticism to escape the pocket and throw the ball accurately on the run. There's a lot to like.
What's harder to tell from the highlights for us non-scouts/those who can't watch every play from an All-22 angle, is his understanding of offensive concepts and progressions. The highlights make it seem like he's fine in this regard, but they're highlights. We don't see the plays where he may struggle. If the coaches and front office feel like he's got the mental ability and he interviews well, I see no reason why someone with his physical tools can't be a franchise QB.
Are they not all bust potential?
I see your point though--but I think his reading from the pocket and quick release can be difference makers. Not sold on Wilson if we have to give up a bunch of picks.
So happy we beat WFT week 16. Hang that banner.