One of the breakout stars from Wisconsin’s 2024 class this spring was Tyshawn Teague-Johnson. The 6’4” wing averaged 14.3 points, 8.9 rebounds, 2.5 steals, and 2.2 assists per game as a junior for Beloit Turner High School to earn himself first team all-conference honors. After a big junior season, he had an even better spring while playing with Wisconsin Dynasty. 

“I can shoot the three ball at a good percentage, I can get to the basket from the perimeter, and I can also post up,” Teague-Johnson said describing his own game. Over the course of the past year, he has proven to be an incredibly versatile player. As well to his versatile and efficient scoring ability, he is also a tough defender that can match up effectively with multiple positions effectively. Teague-Johnson has a nice combination of size, length, and agility. He is also a high energy wing that plays big on the glass and simply makes winning plays. While he is a skilled scorer, it is all the other aspects of his game that make such an intriguing prospect at the collegiate level. 

Currently Teague-Johnson is being recruited by numerous division three programs from around the Midwest. Amongst the long list of colleges showing interest are Buena Vista, Carroll, Dubuque, La-Crosse, Rockford, Stevens Point and others. If the rising senior continues his high level of play in July while playing with Wisconsin Dynasty, don’t be surprised to see scholarship schools get involved with his recruitment.