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posted 05-02-2012 01:10 PM
Jajuan Johnson is his name and he is a 6'4" combo guard that is getting better by the day.
Last weekend in Hampton, Va., in front of more than one hundred college coaches, a junior from Southwind High School put on a string of performances with the Bluff City Legends that had everyone present buzzing.
It was 6-4 combo guard Jajuan Johnson, a.k.a. not the Boston Celtics forward, a.k.a. not just a supplement to Williams III anymore, who dazzled those in attendance at the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League session with his athleticism, length, and scoring prowess.
Johnson finished in the top 10 of the second EYBL session, scoring at 18.7 points per game and had college coaches "thumbing through their notebooks" for Johnson's contact information, said Scout.com's national recruiting analyst, Evan Daniels.
"When I watched him, he was just as productive as (King and Williams III)," said Daniels, who ranks King and Williams III in his top 15. "He's definitely establishing a name for himself."
Johnson is unranked by both Scout and Rivals.com, but Daniels said that when Scout's next batch of 2013 Top 100 rankings is released, that will no longer be the case.
"I don't know exactly where he'll be, but he's certainly gonna be there," Daniels said. "And I'm not talking the last 10 or 20 spots, either. He's gonna be firmly in there."
[ 05-03-2012, 07:18 PM: Message edited by: catmandoo ]
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