32 - Kevin Johnson
Kevin Johnson
Height: 6-10
Weight: 240
Year: RS Sophomore
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA.
Position: Center
EXP: 1V
Previous School: Seton Hall

Cal State Northridge: A transfer from Seton Hall University … Will  have three more years of eligibility.

2012-13 (RS Freshman, Seton Hall):
Played in 21 games, three as a starter … Played double-digit minutes in seven games including a season-high 24 minutes against Longwood (12/19/12) … Scored season-high in points (11) and rebounds (8) against Longwood (12/19/12) … Hit 50 percent (19-for-38) from the floor.

2011-12 Season:
Redshirted.

High School:
Graduated from Taft High School in Woodland Hills, Ca. … Led the team to a 29-3 record during his senior campaign along with a 10-0 mark in conference play … Averaged 11.9 points, 9.9 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game … Scored a season-high 20 points vs Corona Del Mar … Scored in double figures in 16 games … Had 14 games in which he grabbed ten or more rebounds … That included 17 boards against El Camino Real, Newark Memorial, and Stockdale High Schools … Named the Most Valuable Player of the Balls is Life Regional All-American game … Tabbed as the MVP of the 2011 Hall of Fame Classic game vs. Mt. Vernon (N.Y.) where he poured in 26 points and grabbed 13 rebounds … Ranked among the ten best players in California by Cal High Sports in 2010 ... Rated the 26th best center in the Class of 2011 by ESPN.

Matador Memo:
Born April 22, 1992 in Los Angeles, Ca. ... Lists the Lakers as his favorite NBA team ... Chose CSUN to be close to his family ... His greatest sports moment was starting for Seton Hall nine days after having knee surgery ... The best athlete he has played against is Jeremy Tyler ... His best friend from another school is Marquis Lee from USC ... The best about being a student-athlete, according to Johnson, is travelling ... The toughest thing about being a student-athlete is managing time ... His favorite pre-game ritual is to pray ... If Kevin were president of the NCAA, he would restore equality for all sports and increase scholarships for all sports. 

 

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