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Johnson Building Relationships

San Diego area power forward James Johnson is one of the fastest rising prospects in the 2010 class. The 6-9, 210-pounder is considering over 20 offers from coast to coast with more on the way. Burnt Orange Beat spoke with the power forward to gauge his interest in the Longhorns.

Power forward James Johnson has come from off the radar to the #21 prospect in the 2010 class in a matter of four or five months. The 6-9, 210-pound skilled big man burst onto the national scene in April and May and has continued his stellar play at the NBA Players Camp and on the July circuit. Along the way during his terrific stretch of play has been scholarship offers from around the country...

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