Page updated as of 4/10/2020, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
2018 rankings were finalized on 6/21/2018.
College: Missouri State
Good scorer off the dribble
Adequate shooter from all over the floor
Excels at scoring on the move
Decent defensive player
Versatile player that can play multiple positions
Needs to improve his low post game
Not an elite ball handler, must work on his left hand
Can be undisciplined defensively
Does not collect many steals or blocks
Needs to add strength
May be a tweener
Has limited experience against top competition
Alize Johnson is an unheralded small-school prospect that had a solid junior season this past year. He is an athletic, combination forward that can score in a variety of ways, and he is an unselfish player that has good court vision for a player his size.
He will need to add strength to be able to handle stronger players defensively and show teams that he can extend his range to past the NBA three-point line, but Johnson is an intriguing talent that could potentially be a first round pick in 2018.
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