Posted On: 06/27/19 7:57 PM

PG Jordan Johnson (Johns Creek)- After watching Johnson multiple times with God’s Property and then a few days before camp at Lambert, I was encouraged to watch him and felt like he would prove himself. In the full game I saw of Johns Creek, he did not disappoint. Going against two other guards that are receiving considerable D1 and D2 recruitment, Johnson more than held his own. He has a quiet, laid-back demeanor, but you can tell that Johnson is confident by the way he carries himself on the court and by what he does with the ball in his hands. Johnson uses a variety of moves off the dribble and understands how to stay low and get his shoulder past you. He changes speeds well and lulls defenders to sleep before getting by them. Although Johnson excels at penetrating and creating, he has proven to be an effective, consistent shooter. He also has a solid body and uses it often. Johnson absorbs contact well and can go up in traffic among bigger opponents to secure rebounds as a smaller PG. I think he could start to hear from a healthy amount of D2 programs in the near future.

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