TJ will be excellent if he focuses a bit more on the defensive end. With his foot speed, there's no reason he shouldn't be a lockdown defender at the 1. Granted, he is a bit small, but he's quick enough to make up for it. He'll be especially valuable in the modern game since there is no handchecking allowed. I would also like to see him drop the 3-point shooting. Sure you need to hit one every now and then, but he would be much better suited further developing his mid range game. He's great at driving and dishing out for finishing a layup, but if he could develop a wet jumper from 15-18 ft, his game would be set.
Stats in his prime and player comparison:
Brevin Knight with a jumpshot or smaller Erick Strickland: 18 ppg, 44% fg, 33% 3fg, 82% ft, 6 rpg, 1.5 Orpg, 4.5 drpg, 10 apg, 2 spg, .2 bpg, 3.7 tpg