5-star combo guard announces commitment to Texas

The Texas Longhorns have landed a commitment from one of the top undecided basketball players in the country.

Five-star combo guard AJ Johnson from Southern California Academy (California) announced his commitment to Texas earlier today.

Johnson (6-foot-5, 160 pounds) ranks second in office and No. 15 nationally in the 2023 recruiting class. In all, he had offers from 22 schools, including Louisville, Kansas, USC and UCLA.

Asked about choosing Texas among his other finalists, Johnson said he felt he would be most comfortable there. For On3.

“I chose Texas because I saw what they do every day and the people around them. It feels like the place where I would be most comfortable. Also, I chose Texas because of how they let their guard down and their fan base. The city of Austin is illuminated.”

The Intelligence report on Johnson he says he’s lean but tall with the ability to play in transition. Averaged 16.7 points, 4.7 assists, 2.5 steals, 0.8 blocks and 2.6 rebounds per game last season at Taft, Calif. He shot 46% from the floor, 25% from three and 78% from the free throw line.

with Johnson, It is in the 1st place The undecided job in the nation is followed by his teammate Isaiah Miranda, followed by Bronny James.

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