@Mr. Bitter You might be right, I didn't really care for the Ogbah pick either. I can understand criticizing trading the chance to take Wentz even though I would've taken the haul like the Browns did. I don't understand criticizing the Browns for not taking Jack when literally 29 other teams did the same, Jack has top 5 talent, so when an injury is so bad it takes someone like him out of the first round I can understand a team passing on that risk. I'm clearly not as harsh on the Browns draft class as you are, but maybe you'll be proven right in a couple years, who knows.
Sometimes tries to do too much in a one-and-one match-up off the dribble
Shot selection is questionable at times
Still a bit wirey and needs to add some strength
Summary: Johnson has been as good as advertised after transferring to Syracuse. If his season finishes as well as it has started, the lottery is in his very near future. He is already 22 years old due to transferring and spending a year at prep school, so it is very possible he will bolt for the NBA after this season.
Player Comparison: Shawn Marion. Johnson uses his length and athleticism to be a factor in every aspect of the game just like Marion did when he broke onto the scene in Phoenix. Johnson can score in numerous ways and also is a factor racking up steals and blocks on the defensive end. Johnson is a slightly better shooter than Marion and has a much prettier stroke.