"Anthony has been a valued member of our program over the last three years," head coach Matt Painter said in a statement. "We wish him nothing but the best as he moves into the next chapter of his career."
A native of Chicago and standout at Whitney Young High School, Johnson never seemed to find a role at Purdue. He played in 68 games and averaged just 5.2 points per game.
Purdue returns just 10 players from last year's team, with three transfers and two departing seniors. Of those 10, only four scholarship guards remain on the roster.
Boiler Sports Report will provide further updates on Purdue's latest departure as they become available.