NBA Mock Draft 2.0: Wizards land a franchise-changer; Evan Mobley rises

NBA Draft prospect Evan Mobley (Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports)
NBA Draft prospect Evan Mobley (Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports) /
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NBA Draft prospect Keon Johnson (John Reed-USA TODAY Sports) /

11. Orlando Magic (via Chicago) – Keon Johnson, G, Tennessee

Keon Johnson is another Tennessee freshmen that showed to be impressive in spurts during this past season at Tennessee. He’s 6-foot-5 and is one of the most athletic guards in this draft class.

Even though he wasn’t much of a consistent offense of weapon for the Volunteers, Johnson did average 11 points and nearly four rebounds per game during the regular season. He only shot 27 percent from 3-point range which is a concern heading into the draft.

Johnson is raw and would be considered a risky pick for the Magic, but he is a good defender and has the potential to grow on the offensive end. That should be enough to make him a lottery pick in this year’s draft.