Dillon Brooks is the current leader of the SRRWIPMAE award, or the Second-Round Rookie Who Is Producing Most Above Expectations award. Out of all the second-round rookies this year, he is the only to have played 1000 minutes. Jordan Bell might be better impact-wise, but he doesn’t count, because all he has to do is feed off of all the superstars on his team. Brooks doesn’t have that luxury. He has to play off of Jarell Martin and Andrew Harrison. The fact that he can be effective on a team that so blatantly isn’t is a testament to how good he really is.
If you would like to make an argument for Alec Peters to win the award instead of Brooks, I am willing to hear the points you have to make, however convoluted and straight-up wrong they may be.