2. Johnny Juzang, SF, UCLA
Juzang returned to the Bruins after his miracle run to the Final Four last year. While Juzang did not get the boost his stock needed to make him a no-doubt first-round prospect after declaring, he should be drafted somewhere in the second round based on his ability to hit some challenging shots.
Juzang amassed 15.6 points per game on 43/36/83 shooting splits. For all of his flaws, Juzang is a bucket who profiles as a solid shooter at the next level. With some G League time mixed in to make up for his shortcomings, Juzang should be one of the first guys off the bench by his second season.
Johnny Juzang would be a quality bench scorer for the Toronto Raptors.
Juzang lacks insane athleticism, as his poor first step and strength inside for his size might make it challenging for some teams to see him as anything either than a spot-up shooter. With a lack of great results on the defensive end, the junior Juzang might not have the highest pro ceiling.
The concerns about his ability to create shots in the pros are valid. Still, Juzang has shown enough proficiency against collegiate-level athletes to give teams like Toronto confidence in using a draft pick on him. The shot will translate to the NBA, at the very least.