4-star point guard K.D. Johnson commits to UGA for 2020
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4-star point guard K.D. Johnson commits to UGA for 2020

K.D. Johnson
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K.D. Johnson, a four-star point guard from Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., has committed to Tom Crean and the Georgia Bulldogs for 2020.

Johnson, 6-foot-1 and 170-pounds, committed to the Bulldogs overs offers from Auburn, Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, and Seton Hall. He was also drawing interest from Alabama, Clemson, Florida, and Florida State.

“It felt like it was home for me,” Johnson told Rivals.com. “Me and Tom Crean have built a great relationship over the time of my recruitment over the time of my recruitment, he is one of the coaches that I feel can push me and help me get to the next,” he said. “He is a coach that brings a lot of energy and intensity to the game and I just felt like I need to be apart of the Georgia family.”

Rivals.com rates K.D. Johnson as a four-star recruit, the No. 124 national recruit, and the No. 27 point guard for the 2020 class. In the 247Sports Composite, Johnson is listed as a three-star recruit, the No. 23 point guard, and the No. 141 overall recruit in the country for 2020.

K.D. Johnson is the fourth verbal commitment for Georgia’s 2020 recruiting class. He joins power forward Josh Taylor (Norcross High School) and small forward Jonathan Ned and point guard Mikal Starks, both from Eastern Florida State College.

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