Johnson is Big Ten Bound
Phillips Andover Academy and Mass Rivals guard Dallion Johnson announced his commitment to Penn State University on Monday afternoon.
He confirmed his decision via his twitter account just a day after the July recruiting period came to an end.
Excited to announce my commitment to Penn State University!! Thanks to God, my family, friends, teammates & coaches for believing in me. Thrilled to join the Penn State family under the coaching of Pat Chambers and staff. #WeAre #ClimbWithUs ‼️⚪️ pic.twitter.com/k4556Ed7y6— Dallion Johnson (@DallionJohnson) July 15, 2019
Johnson is a native of Haverhill, Massachusetts who came up the ranks with the Rivals and has been at Andover since he was an underclassman.
He is a highly skilled scoring guard with a special ability to make tough shots. Best known as a three-point shooter, and rightfully so given his
He's highly skilled scoring guard and one of the best shot-makers in all of New England. His calling card is his ability to make shots from behind the arc, as he's equally dangerous coming off screens or shooting off the dribble, has deep range, and can stop quick in transition. The versatility within his arsenal has expanded significantly over the years as he has a full complement of weapons in the mid-range area with tough pull-ups, step-backs, and floaters alike along with an advanced lay-up making package at the rim.
Penn State offered Johnson last August and hosted him for an official last month.