At the Boo Williams Tourney in Hampton VA, Johnson had an impressive tournament and was selected to the all Tournament Team, as his team won the Championship 49-48 over Mean Streets.
Ed Davis, Boo Williams (MVP)
Reggie Johnson, Boo Williams
Matthew Humphrey, Mean Streets
Michael Dunningan, Mean Streets
Dexter Strickland, Metro Hawks
Samardo Samuels, Metro Hawks
Sean Mosley, Team Melo
Xavier Henry, Athletes First
Greg Monroe, Louisiana Select
Draymond Green, The Family
Delvon Roe, King of the Court
In one sequence, with 2.9 seconds remaining in the Championship game, power forward Ed Davis used Reggie Johnson as a shield and scored off an acrobatic lay-up via an in-bounds play to give Boo Williams a one-point victory.
In another sequence, Johnson forced a turnover, sprinted down the floor, blocked a shot, and then changed ends, only to come up with another hustle play to get himself to the FT line. Johnson's increased mobility has resulted in some improved play from this big man.
Johnson came off the bench for most of the weekend, but he was described as a major force on the inside, using his big body to bang for rebounds and for some putback thunderous dunks. His size is deceiving, as the big guy can get up quick, with a pair of hands that are soft and strong.
According to Scout.Com, Reggie Johnson has offers from Fairfield, VCU and UNC-Wilmington. Virginia has been in recent contact and Virginia Tech, Florida and Wake Forest have reached out to him.
According to another source that was at the tourney, Virginia Commonwealth, East Carolina, UNC Wilmington and Fairfield were after him hard, with Virginia, Florida, Clemson and Virginia Tech with recent interest.
Two weeks ago Fairfield Insider had a story on Johnson from the Carolina Classic where Johnson said that he was then hearing a lot from Xavier, but also said that he was interested in Fairfield, Clemson, and Virginia Commonwealth.