2010 NBA Draft: It’s Hard, Just Hard To Dislike Wesley Johnson

June 16th, 2010 by Timber Wolf Leave a reply »
If your looking at the draft board in the top 10, there are some players with some attitude problems that can flat-out get it done. In the entire draft, it's hard to find a player with the right attitude that knows his limitations, and can really get it done.

Wesley Johnson out of Syracuse is one of them.

Standing at a lean, mean, 6'7'' and weighing 205 pounds (less than 5% body fat), Wesley Johnson possesses some of the most interesting measurements for a small forward. He has a 37 inch vertical, a 7'1'' wingspan and a polish that anyone would be hard pressed not to be impressed with.

Wesley Johnson's wingspan is second largest on record according to DraftExpress for a small forward, the same for his maximum vertical, and his no step vertical reach (11'6").

His successors are Stanley Robinson and Al-Farouq Aminu, but the difference in Wesley is that he's extremely polished for a small forward.

Not only is he a top five draft pick in a very deep draft, but he's one of the more NBA ready contributors in this draft. His stats speak for themselves. Please consider, 16.5 PPG, 8.5 RPG, 2.2 APG, 1.8 BPG, 1.7 SPG.< ...

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