The firing of Wayne Morgan doesn't
only affect the current student athletes at
"I'm just seeing what's happening. I'm taking it day by day. Right now I'm not going to think that far into it. I'm going to finish up my high school career. After that I'm going to start making decisions," said Johnson.
Johnson said that he was contacted
Johnson didn't say much but did
comment on the coaching situation at
"It would be nice to know who my coach will be," said Johnson.
Johnson said this when asked what
type of coach he would like to play for at
"It doesn't matter who I'm looking for, it's who the school wants," Johnson said while laughing.
At the end of the day, Johnson said that he is still focused on his high school season and isn't worried about next year yet because he has no control over it.
"I have no control over it so it really doesn't matter," said Johnson.
Johnson did say that he still
loves the city of
"I love the city. I love the atmosphere. I've been to a few games and the students support at the games that I were at was really good. It's a good school. We'll see what happens," said Johnson.
According to NCAA.org, even if
Johnson would choose to go to school somewhere else,
"If you sign a National Letter of Intent, you are committed to attend that institution for your initial year of collegiate enrollment. If you do not attend the signing institution or attend that institution for less than one academic year, and you enroll in another college that participates in the National Letter of Intent program there may be eligibility ramifications. The basic penalty may preclude you from representing the second college until you have completed two academic years in residence at the latter institution and you may lose two seasons of competition in all sports," said NCAA.org.
Johnson's team, Duluth East is
currently ranked #1 in class AAA in
During Johnson's senior campaign,
he's racked up quite a few milestones. Johnson has set the scoring record for
his high school and is now the 4th on the all-time scoring list in
the state of
"I've always been asked if I was going to break the scoring record at Duluth East and I ended up doing that. I've always had people mention it to me so I was aware of what could happen," said Johnson.
Cyclone Nation will keep you updated on Johnson's situation.