I absolutely love his defense and think he's the most versatile defender in the NBA, but perimeter defenders always look better when there's a rim protecting center behind them. For all the talk about how playing on a team built around his skillset might unlock his offense, I think it's playing on a team with Embiid that maximizes his defense.Agree on the D, frankly that's the only thing keeping him even in the discussion for a fringe All-Star/top 25-30ish player.
He has some offensive skills of course, but he gives so much back with his lack of shooting and floor spacing that his offense is just shockingly "blah" overall.
*edit - flawed as he is, I think he's pretty clearly a top 25 guy. He made 3rd team all-NBA last year, and for better or worse is almost the exact same guy now.