Agreed, completely. Of all the players currently being projected to be available at #26*, Wroten would be the swing-for-the-fences pick. His shooting stroke and maturity have been criticized, but everything else practically screams out, "Lottery pick!," -- size, athleticism, skill-level, and excellent production in a major conference, as a freshman, no less.
If you go back to 2006 and read the pre-draft criticisms of Rajon Rondo, and why he slipped into the 20's (21), you'll see it's the exact same reason as to why Wroten's currently projects in the 20's/30's: Terrible shooting.
A comparison of their production from their final season of NCAA play; Wroten as a Freshman, Rondo as a sophomore:
Measurably, Wroten's an even worse shooter than Rondo was coming into the NBA, but he's a total stud in every other measurable area, including getting to the line at an outstanding rate.
Of course, as much as I'd like to see us select him, I doubt we would. My guess is he's viewed as being too similar to the Lance Stephenson Project for us to bother with him. I also doubt he'll be there at 26, despite what DX and NBADraft.net say. I think he's too promising to slip to far, and that a team in the teens will snatch him up.
*As of this writing, DX has Wroten at 31, NBADraft.net has him at 32, and ESPN has him at #25.