Justin Johnson
Justin Johnson
Justin Johnson
Justin Johnson
Justin Johnson

CLASS OF 2021

2B
3B

Justin
Johnson

Western Oregon University
Xavier College Prep (HS) • CA
6-1 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Next Level

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2021 National

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2021 State

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8/16/20

Positional Profile: SS/3B
Body: 6-1, 170-pounds. Medium build with high waist and long legs.
Defense: Confident and reads the ball well off the bat. Moves well laterally and can throw on the run.
Arm: RH.  INF - 76 mph.  Average arm with potential for more.
Hit: RHH. Tall, narrow, slightly open stance with high hands and high leg kick trigger Hitch in load, but get to good launch position and shows good bat speed
Power: Trackman exit velocities in the high 80's range.
Run: 7.28 runner in the 60.

1/04/20

Preseason All-State. This is our fourth look at Johnson. Started off the day with an average 60-yard dash. Showed well in his BP session hitting balls hard to all fields. Johnson is more physical than we have seen in the past and it shows. Setup is slightly open and balanced. Uses a leg kick load and foot strike is on time. Hands and barrel come through the zone on an upward angle. The glove and arm are his best tools where he showed well in his ground ball round. Makes the routine play with accurate firm throws to first base showing off his strong arm. 

9/14/19

Uncommitted. 5-foot-10, 160-pounds. Large frame with lean, wiry strength throughout. Johnson starts slightly open at the plate before a high leg kick trigger initiates his swing where he shows the ability to manipulate the barrel angle with his fast hands and present strength. Gets extended through the swing that remains balanced throughout. Smoked an RBI single to left field in-game. The ball was hit so hard it allowed the outfielder to get to it quickly and get it back in, otherwise it’s an extra base hit. Defensively Johnson, listed as a middle infielder, showed very well at third base where he may profile best with his middle infielder instincts. Arm (76 mph) works from the corner with Johnson’s accuracy and quick release.

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