Are you referring to his numbers? You aren’t missing anything. He was the 3rd option behind two players a year above him headed to Depaul (his brother Jordan) and Drake respectively, with at least 1 other D1 prospect on the roster. I would expect his scoring to go up significantly his senior year as he will get many more shots.
Here are his stats from the Nike EYBL (the best of the best of summer/AAU teams) this summer:
He was 3rd in scoring behind James Young (offers from Kansas, Arizona, Kentucky, MSU, etc.) and E.C. Matthews who just chose URI over offers from Arizona, Missouri, USC, and more. He also shot 40% from three (although he could certainly be more efficient on 2’s). Wesley Clark who he outscored is ESPN top100 and headed to Missouri. Obviously these aren’t straight up comparisons as Clark is a point guard but you can see that he was holding his own with some of the best players in the country.