Keldon Johnson may very well have been one of the top 5 two-way prospects we viewed during EYBL session 4. Hit the jump for fresh highlights on the 5star wing.

Keldon had one of the most dominant overall performances we’ve viewed in EYBL during 2017 when Boo Williams matched up against Team Florida. Johnson would impact nearly every play of the game and finished with 18 points, 16 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 blocks and a steal for good measure. On the perimeter, he displayed a nice looking stroke from midrange where he knocked down several shots from 16-19 feet. He also handled the ball as the playmaker out of pick and roll sets where he found teammates for easy shots. Johnson also bullied defenders to the rim off the dribble from the wing where he finished at the rim or collected his own miss for a putback. Keldon also showed great grab and go ability, there were multiple instances where he obtained defensive rebounds and pushed the ball up the court and found teammates for lobs. On defense he simply imposed his will with his non-stop motor and physicality, pulling down rebounds in traffic on several occasions. He also showed some nice helpside shotblocking ability. Over 4 games in LA, Keldon averaged 16.3 points, 9.3 rebounds, 3 assists and 1.5 steals per game on 46.3% shooting from the field. See below for highlights.