I seen him play, he seem to have the total package offensively, I'm curious who has worked him out and claimed he displayed a lot of weakness.
About five different NBA scouts, and two international scouts.
There's one site that's reporting the complete opposite, but they are basing everything they say on his size and his will to compete, and again, there have been MANY big guys who wanted to wreck everyone in their pre-draft workouts, then they found their way into the league and didn't have the skills to produce.
It was rumored that Kanter knocked Joe Wolf (an assistant for the Bucks) out of bounds and completely out of a play during one of the workouts. People are running away with this, making it sound impressive. Look, Joe Wolf is a 6-11, 240-pound freak...as a coach. He's also 46 years old. People that know who Wolf is (not sure how many on TLN do) will tell you that he was drafted because of his size, and he spent just a decade in the league on a handful of teams because, quite frankly, he didn't have any quality skills to put him over the other monster centers in the league.
Kanter is all size. His aggressive play will get him killed in the pros if he doesn't have a polished game to back it up, and this guy hasn't played ball in a year. People haven't seen him since the Hoop Summit in April of 2010. He played at Stoneridge Prep...which isn't that impressive.
As an overly-aggressive player, he brings with him the tendency to foul...a lot. Also, aggressive bigs will come into the league turning the ball over. Howard, Perkins, Noah, Chandler, Kaman, Bynum, Marc Gasol, Bogut, Okafor, Oden, Splitter, Cousins...just some of the bigs that will have no problem banging down low with Kanter, and most of those that I named are players on a level that Kanter has never, EVER faced in his prep school career (because that's really all he has to his name, he was seldom used back in Turkey).
Kanter's ability to body his way to the rim against intimidated 17-18 year olds, and against 40-50 year old coaches, doesn't strike me as impressive, because all of us have seen it over and over again, with Kosta Koufos, Paulo Prestes, BJ Mullens, Nathan Jawai, Nick Fazekas, Kyrylo Fesenko, Kosta Perovic...even guys like Aaron Gray, Spencer Hawes, Robin Lopez...the list goes on and on, of guys that were overrated because of their size or physical play (or both).
If you wanted to see how a big man should be hyped going into the draft, look no further than Dwight Howard, and how he dropped jaws in workouts. If you're looking for the mistake, you'll find it just two years ago, when Hasheem Thabeet was dominating guys on a college level, and coach Calhoun stated that he could be one of the greatest defensive players in the history of the NBA...had some hype surrounding him, did some impressive things in workouts because of his length, and went on to be a nobody in the league (and he'll remain one).
I'm just not sold on Kanter...sorry. That's fine that you are. I just can't find a reason to be. I've seen too many others like him since the early 90s.