It's now official that Cory Johnson out of
"This is so much better. I don't have to worry about who I have to call. It doesn't mean anything anymore. I'm set. I'm signed," said Johnson.
Johnson is having one of the best
years of his life right now, and he credits his commitment to
"It feels good to relax on my senior year. I'm in three classes right now and I'm done with class at 11:54. It's unbelievable. It's been the most relaxing year of probably my entire life. I'm trying to enjoy my senior year. I'm lifting a lot of weights and getting some shots up and be rested as well," said Johnson.
On top of everything, Johnson
"I think the coaching staff was one of the biggest things. I'm really comfortable with them," said Johnson.
Growing up in
"As far as the school goes, I love
the atmosphere. It's totally different from where I'm from. We're just a hockey
town. They don't know what's going on in the basketball world outside of
Last season Johnson was in
attendance for the Texas Tech game, and loved what he saw from the team and the
crowd. Johnson plans on coming to watch the Cyclones play
"It was pretty crazy I liked it," said Johnson.
Johnson is excited to watch the
exciting guard play of the Cyclones this year and is also interested in watching
the youth down low for
As for Johnson himself, he's currently suffering from an ankle sprain that has kept him out of a couple of fall tournaments, but plans on being ready when the season officially kicks off next Monday. Johnson's team is expected to be good with a lot of talent returning, but Corey isn't getting arrogant by any means.
"You've got to play all of the games to find out," said Johnson.
One thing that Johnson plans to
work on this season is his footwork. That's one thing that he has discussed with
"I'm really looking forward to getting down there and letting all of them teach me stuff," said Johnson.