Johnson has committed to playing for Memphis Wednesday after leaving Vanderbilt earlier this offseason, CBS Sports reports.
Johnson will definitely be a big boost to the young Tigers for the upcoming year. He averaged 13.5 points, 3.6 assists, and just 2.8 turnovers in 2012-13 before sitting out last year in what was a tumultuous period for the sophomore at Vandy. He will bring a great scoring option to the Tigers, a team who lost several key players to the NBA draft earlier this year. The Tigers have been struggling in summer ball to possess the ball and prevent turnovers, so Johnson will provide a great ball handling option and could even start for the Tigers early on in the year.