The thing is he won’t have to take bad shots at the next level and Beilein won’t allow it. His job won’t be to score 15-20ppg.
He’s going to learn how to perfect PnR play, penetrate off of it and/or take the floater/J or kick it out to Johns/Poole/Brooks etc… He’s perfect for that type of game. He’ll hit the occasional 3, and is talented enough to hold his own.
A players shot tendencies/height/reach/stature at the PG spot going from HS/AAU to college are completely overblown, especially in a system like Beilein’s. It’s why Burke was an AA, Spike was a featured player at times & when Walton was healthy could have been the best PG in the B1G. DeJulius will be fine. To me he’s a top 85-95 kid. Just MO.