Seen Johns multiple times the last two years in HS. Projection and continued maturation are always the wild cards with him moving forward.
He appears soft at times but has an ever advancing skill set that he has tested at higher up levels with success.
He appears non-explosive but then will wow you by just jumping over people for an awesome flush.
I'm still one of those people who believe his handle is underrated and could quite possibly be a weapon in college even with his suspect lateral movement. He's smooth with the ball when asked to be and his HS coach is adamant on improving it.
He's a legit 6' 7" on the floor and Beilein has loved him forever. Tough to beat Izzo 1 on 1, but I'm not sure of his priority level for State going forward.
Lot of cards to fall in this recruitment yet. M has a realistic shot IMO.