2019 NBA Draft: Full Mock Draft 4.0, Atlanta Hawks Trade Down to Pick at 8, 14 & 22, Lakers Trade #4

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Utah Jazz. Cam Johnson. 23. player. 118. . Wing

One of the best three-point shooters in this entire draft, Cam Johnson out of North Carolina produced a tremendous season in his fifth-year senior campaign.

Though Johnson is certainly of advanced age for an NBA Draft prospect, that means Johnson makes sense for teams that are looking to win now with a roster that already has a playoff pedigree. The Utah Jazz certainly fulfill that requirement.

Utah is supremely reliant on Donovan Mitchell, yet his three-point shot did not get much respect in the 2018-19 Playoffs, when the Jazz were ousted by the Houston Rockets with relative ease – for the second straight year in a row.

Though Joe Ingles is an international treasure and a tremendous shooter, the rest of the roster leaves something to be desired on the three-point marksman front. The Jazz count one of the greatest shooters of all time among the team in Kyle Korver, but Korver is getting a little long in the tooth, so why not upgrade with one of the best shooters in this class?

Johnson showcased supreme scoring efficiency in his final year at UNC per Bart Torvik – a 71.3 percent clip at the rim, a 42.1 percent clip on other two-pointers and an astonishing 45.7 percent showing from deep.

The Jazz could run the same sets for Johnson that they do for Kyle Korver in a decades-younger frame with more athleticism. Sounds like a win.