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Trailblazers add Nico Johnson to Stellar 2017 Recruiting Class

Vincennes, IN – The Vincennes University Men’s Basketball team added another incredibly explosive guard to the incoming 2017 recruiting class by signing Nico Johnson, a 6’1 combo guard from Danville, Illinois.

Johnson played his senior season at Conrad Academy, one of the top prep schools in the country. Year after year, Conrad produces top-tier DI basketball prospects, and Johnson was in the starting 5 the entire season. Johnson averaged 16 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 assists during his high school career, and made a name for himself due to his raw explosiveness and athleticism. He comes from a rich basketball tradition as both his mother and father played basketball for Rutgers University.

Coach Franklin said of Johnson, “He will mix in with a very good group of guards, and will round out our recruitment of point/combo type guards for the year. We fell that with Jayrese, Keith, and Nicco coming in, along with C.J. and Pun returning, it should be very competitive for floor time in our back court. I believe it will be a great core of guards, they all are very talented, and all have the ability to play at a very high level at the Division I level.”