Royals Have The Strength Of Senior Guard

Sean Johnson

This is a year where almost any team in the CHSAA can land a title. Parity is the key word to describe the season and it means the playoffs should be exciting ... Senior strength is important and the Royals have a difference maker ...

Sean Johnson. a 6-foot-2, 175-pound guard/forward, is a difference maker in the usually rugged Catholic high school boys league. Many believe this particular league is down this season regarding the quality of talent and teams.

But don't tell that to any of the teams trying to win the championship. And show me a tougher competitor than Sean Johnson, the swingman from Christ The King High School in Middle Village, New York.

Johnson is a difference maker for the Royals basketball program. It's why he'll be counted on to produce the big points in the last month of the season.

PREVIOUS EVALUATION BY MIKE SULLIVAN OF SEAN JOHNSON'S INDIVIDUAL GAME:

Sean is always finds himself around the basketball.

Johnson has the knack for scoring big points, grabbing a key rebound, or making a clutch steal.

He also remains among the best players in the New York City area that has yet to make a college decision.

Johnson is simply a winner, always doing many different tasks on the floor to help the Royals win basketball games.

BRIAN TOWEY'S RECENT EVALUATION ON SEAN JOHNSON'S INDIVIDUAL GAME:

The athletic finisher thrives in the transition game, with excellent foot speed in the open floor. Johnson is a slasher with good lateral quickness and body control, a quick first step, and the ability to explode to the cup.

Johnson plans on waiting until after the season to put serious thought into his recruitment.

COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES OF INTEREST: Offers from Fordham, Quinnipiac, Robert Morris, North Carolina A&T, and Manhattan. George Mason has shown interest.

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