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BREAKING: Huggins Adds Commitment From JUCO Guard

Schuyler Callihan

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Just moments ago, 2020 combo guard Kedrian Johnson of Temple Junior College took to Twitter to announce his commitment to the Mountaineers.

Johnson chose West Virginia over other offers from Buffalo, New Mexico St, Texas State, New Mexico and Missouri State.

He tells WVSportsNow.com that what won him over is how family oriented things are and his relationship with head coach Bob Huggins. “He’s an outstanding person, he’s like a father to me already,” Johnson said.

Johnson is still currently on his three day visit to Morgantown and loves the overall feel about the campus and the energy in the atmosphere. “The environment is crazy. It’s unbelievable how much the environment supports the sports programs. The facilities are almost like a dream. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing,” he stated.

Last year as a redshirt freshman, Johnson averaged 25.6 points per game, 4.2 rebounds and 4.3 assists while shooting 47% from the field.

Johnson will have two years of eligibility when he reaches West Virginia.

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