Yamal is an insane 16-17 year old, but the question is... will he progress continously? It is better to start not so bright and continue and continue to grow and take it step by step by step, and maybe turn into a great player at 25 then to be a bright talent at 17-18 and by 26-27 end up like Bojan Krkic.
Yamal, like Gavi, like Pedri, like Blade to some extent, these are or were top young talents at their age. But they are not top class players. You can't seriously compare them to likes of De Bruyne, or Rodri, or Bernardo, or Salah, or those types. There are levels separating them.