Johnson, Brice  North Carolina 6'11" 209 PF SR. Brice Johnson will make life easy for his NBA coach. He is exactly the kind of player that finds a way to be efficient without having any plays run for him. Johnson is simply more active, more energized, and better athletically than whatever forward he guards. Johnson's NBA athleticism shows itself in the form of spectacular offensive rebound dunks, and high-flying transition finishes. He averaged 17 points, and 10.4 rebounds per game. Johnson improved his scoring and rebounding output each season at North Carolina. His Defensive Rating of 92.3 was significantly better than the North Carolina team DEFRTG of 99.6. ...Among all PF's in our database, Johnson ranks as the best in efficiency per-minute. He is elite in his ability to finish in transition.  ...Johnson has a thin frame that is beginning to fill out. The three-ball is not a part of Johnson's game at all (zero attempts from beyond the arc in four seasons). The consensus on Johnson is that he will be a late first round pick. We think he should be selected in the lottery. 

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