Born March 8th, 1995... Majoring in Exercise Science... Aspires to one day open a crossfit gym... Chose PBA because God blessed him with a great opportunity to continue playing baseball... Favorite Major League Baseball team is the Boston Red Sox... Favorite athlete is Dee Gordon... Favorite Bible verse is Ephesians 6:11... Son of Kenneith and Carrie Johnson... Has one sibling: Haley.
Played in 34 games and made 20 starts with 12 in the outfield and eight as the DH…batted .301 on the season with 25 hits, 10 RBIs, two doubles, a triple and a home run…he scored 19 runs and stole five bases…he drove in three against Rollins (5/5) with a season-high three hits…hit a home run against Nova Southeastern (4/19).
Spent two years at Norfolk State University in Virginia.
Appeared in 28 contests on the year with seven starts... collected six hits and scored seven runs... picked up a pair of RBIs on the year... stole five bases.
One of the team’s faster players, Johnson made his mark as a defensive substitute and pinch runner during his freshman year … played in 12 games, all coming off the bench … logged three at-bats but scored four runs … scored runs against Xavier, UMES (March series, game three), Coppin State (late-April series, game one) and UMES again (May series, game three).
Lettered four years in baseball, four in track and two in football … a four-year starter in center field for the Bulldogs … was a second-team All-Southeastern District pick as a sophomore and senior … batted .396 with a .475 on-base percentage as a senior and was a perfect 21-of-21 on stolen base attempts … qualified for the state indoor track meet in the 300 meters as a senior … placed sixth in the region and 14th in the state in that event.