|Hometown:||Dade City, Fla.|
|High School:||Pasco HS|
AS A SENIOR (2013)
Appeared in six games for the Lions in his senior campaign…Pitched 8.2 innings out of the bullpen…Posted an ERA of 4.15…Tallied nine strikeouts...Did not allow a walk on the season.
AS A JUNIOR (2012)
Appeared in two games out of the bullpen in 2012…Johnson had an ERA of 4.50 in two innings pitched…Struck out three batters…Allowed just one earned run on the season…Held opposing batters to a .222 average.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)
Made 16 appearances and two starts on the mound for the Lions…Amassed 29 innings of work…Registered 13 strikeouts…Allowed a team-low four walks…Did not allow a run in eight of 16 appearances…Posted a 2-1 record…Collected first win in a 15-2 win over Concordia (NY) (03/01/11).
AS A FRESHMAN (2010)
Johnson stepped right into the action appearing in 17 games, with three starts and posting a 3-3 record as a freshman for the Lions…He pitched a total of 31 innings, giving up only nine walks while striking out 14 batters on the year…His best outing came against conference champions University of Tampa (04/03/10) where he pitched three innings giving up only two hits, one walk, one strike out while impressively surrendering zero runs.
Attended Pasco High School…As a sophomore, he was named Third Team All-Conference…As a junior, he was named Second Team All-Conference, All-Suncoast Team Honorable Mention, and All-North Suncoast First Team…He finished his junior year with an 8-0 record and a 1.00 ERA.
Born October 1 in Tampa, Fla…Environmental Science major…His hobbies include hunting and fishing…His career goal is to play professional baseball…Believes his ability to throw strikes and team-first attitude are his best assets to the team…Names Greg Maddox as his favorite athlete...Names the Atlanta Braves as his favorite team…He chose Saint Leo because of its proximity to home and the baseball coaching staff…Son of Donnie and Irene Johnson…Has two brothers, Brandon and Christopher…Relative, Kyle Hobbs, played baseball for Saint Leo (2005-2009).