Jared Sterling Johnson- 6’1 combo guard. Great screen & roll player. Has a very efficient pass delivery rate in pick & roll game. NBA range, collegiate career was more of a catch & shoot offensive threat and transition scorer. Did not play in screens at SFA. Very athletic with cat-like quickness. Great change of pace in play zone. Played at the highest collegiate level. Freshman & Sophomore- Spent two years at Hill College under head coach Swede Trenkle ... named first team NTJCAC All-Conference as a sophomore ... averaged 15.5 points, 4.0 assists and 5.1 rebounds to help the Rebels to a 25-9 record and NJCAA Region V championship ... shot .449 from the field, .442 from beyond the arc and .782 from the free throw line. Transferred to SFA top 30 college programs in the nation… Junior- Junior (2014-15): Appeared in 31 games, including 20 starts, averaging 8.3 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game while only playing 13 MPG. Top 25 ppm rating in the country ... Ended third on the team with 46 made threes, shooting 41.1 percent ... Scored in double figures 10 times, including a career-high 24 points and five treys against Lamar (2/23) ... Scored 17 points & 6 rebs in the Southland Conference Tournament championship game against Sam Houston, earned tournament MVP and all tournament honors. (3/14) ... Helped SFA earn Southland Conference regular season and tournament titles, and advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year. Senior- Came back from a near fatal Car crash where he fractured his neck. Played with fractured RIBs the entire season. Took part in all of SFA's 34 games and made his only start in a home victory over Arkansas Tech (12/12)...Averaged 6.8 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game while only playing 11MPG in his final year of collegiate service...Served primarily as a three-point shooting threat, commecting on 48 of his 125 tries from that distance to rank second on the team in that category (38.4-percent)...Posted seven double-digit scoring outings and 15 games with two or more three-pointers...Saved the 'Jacks from defeat in a non-conference come-from-behind win over Texas Southern where he put in a season-high 18 points on the strength of a career-best six three-pointers (12/5)...Was part of an SFA squad that posted a perfect 18-0 Southland Conference record for the second time in the past three seasons, extended its home winning streak to a nation-leading 29 games, captured a Southland Conference record fourth-straight outright regular season title, won the Southland Conference Tournament for the third-straight season and won the program's second-ever NCAA Tournament game en route to a second-round appearance.
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