A Texas guard flying under the radar currently with plenty of upside is Sammon Johnson. The senior at Colleyville Heritage High School has shown plenty of abilities over the past two seasons while playing with 3D Empire. 

During his junior year he had a strong season averaging 15 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game. Johnson continued to build upon that during the spring and summer grassroots season to attract college interest. 

While Johnson has yet to secure a scholarship offer so far, he does have plenty of interest. Some of the schools showing interest in him include Emporia State, Southern Illinois Edwardsville, Southeast Missouri State, and Southwest Baptist. For his collegiate program, he is in search of “a coach who has high energy and loves to win. A team that has good culture and is a family that loves to win,” Johnson said.  

“I can bring high energy, leadership, and competitiveness,” Johnson said is what he will bring to a college team. He is an impactful 6’3” guard that is a standout on both ends of the floor. With his combination of strength and defensive energy, he is a very tough on ball defender. Offensively, the guard has a strong build to overpower defenders and power his way into the paint but can also knock down jumpers from the outside. 

Before finishing off his high school career, he has a few things he wants to accomplish. “My goal this year is to win district and better myself by being a strong leader.”