Brice Sensabaugh feels like this draft’s Malaki Branham in several respects—he was an Ohio State freshman that largely wasn’t expected to be a one-and-done prospect but managed to shoot the lights out of every building he played in until people took notice. Sensabaugh was plainly one of the most impressive scorers in the country this season, having shot 52% from the field, 41% from beyond the arc, and 83% from the charity stripe.
Considering he’s also 6’6”, weighs roughly 235 pounds, and has very real wiggle to his game, he could potentially be a mismatch nightmare in the NBA that overpowers smaller guards and blows by bigs that can't react quickly enough.
Similar to Branham, though, Sensabaugh’s defense needs a lot of work and there’s a real chance he could be a defensive liability for years to come. You’ll find he frequently loses his man when defending away from the ball, is too upright on closeouts, and has overall been mostly a non-factor on that end of the floor since the beginning of Ohio State’s season. But if you place him within a defensive infrastructure like that of the Toronto Raptors, I think things could get very interesting.