I like Tyler Herro’s belief in himself. When asked a question like that on the spot, I wouldn’t expect any competitor to say he is lesser than some of his contemporaries. Herro has undoubtedly shown flashes that he could be in those discussions with the players he mentioned, while his overall stats, at least early in his career, show that he is a good, not great player yet.15, 5, and 3 on 43% shooting and 37% from 3.Stats like that will keep you in the NBA for a long time but won’t make you are all-star. Luka, Trae, and Ja have already shown they can be franchise players on their teams, Herro hasn’t been given that opportunity to show he can do that. He has only started 23 of the 109 games he has played in, so he is just energy off the bench for the moment.