Far from a bad example. My point was that even someone of his caliber had to adjust. And just about every college player is not every college player. In addition to that, I've haven't seen EVERY college player there is within any given time period, but the one overriding factor for just about everyone that I've seen working out with a top 200 pro is exactly as I stated.I'm saying it was a bad example, he is ranked lower now than he was two years out of college, you could argue he hasn't gotten much better since his second professional year.
You said " Top 200 pros have the ability to hit, while keeping the ball in, consistently harder and deeper than just about every college player I've ever seen," and then used Johnson as an example.
I thought my sarcastic point was that Steve Johnson was more than capable of competing within the top 200 while still in college.