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Johnson finds MU again, buys into family culture

When newly appointed assistant Isaac Chew made a visit to Memphis to see Jajuan Johnson, the 6-foot-5 shooting guard told Chew thanks, but no thanks. At one point Johnson had coveted Marquette as his potential landing spot. But that was before lead recruiter Scott Monarch was fired  in late August. After Monarch’s abrupt dismissal, Marquette […]

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Thanks to efforts from Chew, Johnson lands at Marquette

Seven weeks ago, 2013 shooting guard Jajuan Johnson was ready to commit to the Alabama Crimson Tide. Anthony Grant’s program had been on the 6-foot-4 wing the longest of any schools, and Marquette, a school Johnson had always been interested in playing for, had recently pulled back on their recruitment after a shake-up with the […]

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JaJuan Johnson picks Marquette over Alabama

2013 shooting guard JaJuan Johnson gave an oral commitment to Buzz Williams and Marquette this afternoon at his high school in Memphis. Johnson also was considering Alabama. Williams and assistant Isaac Chew made a strong push for Johnson this summer, and it came full-circle on an official visit to Marquette Madness, when Johnson noted, “The […]

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Update: Johnson remains undecided between Alabama, Marquette

According to a source close to the situation, JaJuan Johnson has not made a decision between Marquette and Alabama and is still undecided. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard will announce his decision tomorrow afternoon. Alabama is still considered the favorite, but that same source said Johnson is split 50-50 on the two schools. This refutes an […]

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JaJuan Johnson: Breaking down his choices

JaJuan Johnson, Marquette’s top priority at shooting guard in the 2013 recruiting class, is nearing a decision. The top-60 recruit is an athletic slasher with the ability to shoot from the perimeter with loads of potential as he enters his senior year of high school. He’s one of the top defenders in the 2013 class, […]

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