Myreon Jones is the subject, here. My comp for his style of play is CJ McCollum as the thread title suggests. First adjective that comes to mind is crafty. He is a very intelligent player. Extremely skilled ball handler, who is patient with the ball and understands how to manipulate defenders into being out of position when they try to either follow him or switch off on picks. Left or right hand, he can get to the basket and finish with finesse with either hand. Great court vision and nice touch on passes. As far as shooting, he is one of those guys who can shoot from any spot or angle, and is not affected by a defender's hand right in his face or follow-through space. Excellent defensive instincts and plays the passing lane well. Some limitations are that he is not what I'd call a physical specimen. We'll see if he gets pushed around in the SEC. Does not have elite hops or speed, but makes up for it with great quickness and excellent footwork. Nobody will confuse him with a Ja Morant or Jalen Suggs type athlete. Not sure about his on ball defense... we'll have to see during the season. Has a slight bit of college-version Lonzo Ball left to right action in his jump shot, but nowhere as pronounced and doesn't seem to be an issue. Overall, nice pickup. Like all the transfers, we need to see if he can maintain his level of play in the SEC. If he is the replacement for a guy like Noah Locke, he is an immediate and significant upgrade.