Ok. I'll say one more time that the path to stardom can't be reduced to numbers. You can't quantify desire, hardwork or GOD-given Talent.
LO is a great example. He had every tool to be great. Perfect basketball body, handles, passing ability, rebounding, versatility...he didn't do a lot with it and you can't quantify LO's off-court issues statistically.
You could be right. Ingram could become a star...but if the numbers he's put up as the #1 option on a bad team is your supporting evidence, that's not convincing.
What is Ingram's special quality? Post that list of players and I can guarantee they had something special about them from Day 1. It's extremely rare for a player to develop that something special later in their careers.
IMHO, Ingram is wasting his time trying to become an elite (on-ball) scorer. If he doesn't add a lot of muscle, he's going to put himself in position to be injured more often. He needs to concentrate on becoming an elite perimeter defender. Offensively, he needs to try to become an elite catch and shoot outside shooter and using his length coming off screens than creating on-ball. He has potential but he doesn't have that something special that would make it easy to reach that potential, IMHO.
Lonzo / Kuzma / Randle? They all have something that could define their careers.
Everything cant be reduced to numbers, but with all the historical evidence we have it is actually possible to say how players posting similar numbers have done. That's not a guarantee, but an indication. Combine that with stuff like desire, hard work, talent, style and situation. I think Ingram in particular would score high in all of those aspects.
You bring up LO as guy who had all the tools to be great. I'd argue Ingram has all the tools to be great and like i asked before, i'd be curious to see which areas you think he wont improve on or which areas that limit his ability to become a star.
Ingram's special quality? I'd say versatility and slashing.