In watching the Raptors again, the template is pretty obvious. For players to get on the court, they have to be high level defenders, able to switch on the fly and make the correct reads to help. A guy like RHJ, which is pretty terrible on offense, gets his minutes because he is a strong defender who can swing the ball on offense, offensive rebound and shoot it from close well.
RHJ is not likely to come back. I just don't see any improvement in the future, and he has been a bit temperamental over the past year. He looks like he has turned a corner, but I don't think Toronto will invest in such a non-shooter.
For the draft, I usually have focused on two-way players and stretchy type bigs, but maybe a dominant defender would entice Toronto.
In looking at Tyler Bey, he looks like an advanced version of RHJ. Good size with a plus 7ft wingspan. Maybe more athletic and a better finisher than RHJ, and he just seems like a guy who knows his role. Played in the post all of college, and only took a handful of threes, but he hit them well and he made his jumpshots when they were available.
The Stepien wrote about Bey: Not much of a shooter, but there is reason to buy the shot. On a very small sample size, he is 21/44 on all jumpers (62.5% adjusted FG%), 9/22 on all no dribble jumpers (52.3% adjusted FG%), and is a career 75% FT shooter on 372 attempts.
Paul Reed is the closest competitor to Bey, but I still think his jumpshot is further behind, and his size looks more like a full-time PF and not a SF on the next level. I could see Toronto's interest, but Bey seems like a more obvious fit as a guy who can immediately play some bench minutes.