"Sean is a great kid and a very versatile basketball player," said Everhart. "He will have an impact on our program at both guard positions. Sean played in one of the toughest leagues in the country and finished the year as the most valuable player. That tells you a lot about his talent, the way he competes and his will to win. I'm thrilled he is part of our program."
Johnson, who was named third team All-Metro New York and ranked as the fourth-best New York Metro Area senior by Hoop Scoop, played for the City All-Stars in the Jordan Brand Classic Regional Game at Madison Square Garden on April 18. He scored 23 points in helping the City team to a 129-120 win over the Suburban All-Stars.
Johnson, who also entertained scholarship offers from Nebraska, Manhattan and Quinnipiac, joins fellow spring signee Andre Marhold (6-6, Fr., F, Charlotte, N.C./North Mecklenburg) in the 2009-10 Duquesne men's basketball recruiting class.