Posted On: 09/10/20 7:24 AM

Although AAU was different this year, there seems to be a plan to play high school basketball this year in Virginia, even if it starts a little later than usual. There’s been plenty of news of transfers across the state, and we will take a look at a few of them. Here’s a look at eight transfers in the upcoming junior class that should make a big impact this season.

Dior JohnsonDiorJohnson6'2" | PGMayfair | 2022VA | 6’2” PG | Oak Hill 2022

Possibly the best point guard in the country, Johnson decided to come back to the East Coast after two years in California and will head up one of Coach Smith’s youngest, but extremely talented, teams at Oak Hill. The 6’2” Syracuse commit is immensely talented at the point guard position where he’s an athletic and natural three level scorer off the bounce, he can make plays for others and he brings a toughness and competitive spirit to him that’s easy for others to feed off of. He’s a guy who should thrive with the development and structure that Smith is known to bring to talented lead guard dating back over 30 years now.

MJ Rice | 6’6” WF |

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