Do you disagree with this inequality?
Troy Woolfolk > Donovan Warren
In all honesty, I truly believe Troy Woolfolk was more of a shut-down corner last year than Donovan Warren, and I actually think that if he had declared for the draft he actually had a chance at being drafted. Many of the "experts" seem to pick players as being monumental to a team's success simply because of their star rating or hype (see Stephen Schilling, Obi Ezeh, Donovan Warren) instead of what they truly put on the field. I really think this made itself apparent when, at the end of the year, teams started to stay away from T-Wolf so they could target Warren. Although (of course) I'd rather have a solid corner stay on the team, I don't think it's correct to say that Warren was a better corner than Woolfolk.
I've also heard that Warren wasn't very good for team cohesiveness, and that Woolfolk was a much better leader in the secondary than he was.