NOTABLES Extremely hard worker and
effective communicator ... Verbal leader in both practice and in
games ... Terrific outside shooter that has the ability to knock
down long range shoes but needs to become more consistent in
2009-10 Was one of only three UMass Boston players to see action in all 25 games, starting every contest on the year ... Logged 682 minutes to rank second among teammates while averaging a career-high 27.3 minutes per game ... Was the Beacons number one threat from behind the arc, ranking sixth in the Little East Conference (LEC) averaging a team-high 1.8 three-pointers per game (46 on the season) and 10.4 points a night which ranked third on the Beacons and 18th overall in the LEC ... Finished the season with 261 points to rank second on the squad, notching 12 games with double-digit point totals ... Over a five game span from Nov. 28 through Dec. 10, averaged 16.6 points a game right ... Recorded his career-high in points (20) in back-to-back games against Suffolk College on Dec. 3 and vs. Keene State College on Dec. 5 ... Against Keene, Johnson was on fire from behind the arc, hitting for a career-best six trifectas while shooting .857 percent from behind the arc (6-7) ... Made at least one three point field goal in 23 of the 25 games ... Made 49 free-throw attempts while recording a .790 shooting percentage from the charity stripe, a team-high among players with more than five attempts.
PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL Three-time letter winner for the Century High School Basketball team ... Selected as Jaguars' team Captain during senior campaign ... Named to All-League and All-State Honorable Mention teams in 2006 ... Played basketball for San Diego Mesa Junior College ... Born January 8, 1988 ... Son of Charlotte Johnson ... Majoring in sociology ... Enjoys reading books and hopes to one day travel the world.