This is the new Olbrecht.
I compare a lot of folks to the 2010 NCAA class because I think the 2010 has a strong forward class. So their stats are usually a bit higher and harsh. I LIKE that.
The Orange denotes the BAD.
The GREEN denotes the AVERAGE
The YELLOW denotes the EXCELLENT.
In short. This guy is not potent offensively. He has nice offensive rebounds. He has GREAT BLOCKS.
So he's basically Varnado (a fringe player on the Heat known mainly for NCAA blocks and rebounds). Unlike Varnado however, if we map his Blocks to Foul Ratio, the value of those blocks goes down. Yellow divided by Orange = Green. AVERAGE is really not what the Rockets want.
Can he last 4 minutes of NBA playing time? He's 23 years old. So he's young. He doesn't shoot a lot because he's terrible at shooting. All college players rework their shot anyways. His free throws are terrible and will most likely stay terrible.
My system of modeling a player is based on ian Levy's work on skill transfer and if you don't understand it don't worry. Because I ain't explaining it.
The WWERT projected model of JH is that he's a backup's backup. He will be overly foul in order to block shots. He will shoot a terrible free throw percentage. And he will not have an offensive game whatsoever. He will REBOUND a bit. But not over elite rebounders.
I think this is a terrible signing.