Posted On: 11/6/19 4:00 PM

Class of 2020 point guard Jeremiah Johnson of McCluer has seen his role change gradually during his four year varsity career with the Comets.

The 6'2' Johnson was once a follower when he entered the program, but now he is a leader on a team that has aspirations of making a deep run in the Class 4 state tournament. Johnson has taken to that leadership role very seriously.

"I now understand that little things I used to do to upset the seniors when I was younger," Johnson said. "Now, that I'm a senior, I know that all of those little things matter. My goal this year is to compete hard and give it my all every time I step on the floor. I'm trying to win and play college ball next year.

On a team that is loaded with talented athletes with a lot of experience, Johnson will be the straw that stirs the drink at McCluer at both ends of the floor. He is a slashing point guard with the ability to make plays off the dribble and in the pick and roll. He can also be a very disruptive defender with his size and length, especially when the

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