|Hometown:||San Antonio, TX|
|High School:||Madison HS|
Led Big West Conference and finished 11th among NCAA Division I players with a 2.75-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio … also finished sixth among Big West performers with 122 assists and eighth with 3.8 assists per game … produced career-high nine assists at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 28) … totaled eight assists against Long Beach State (Jan. 3) and Loyola Marymount (Feb. 23) … recorded seven assists versus Northern Colorado (Nov. 15) and at Washington (Dec. 20) … kicked down multiple assists in 26 of 32 games and five-plus assists 11 times … scored season-high 10 points versus Fresno State (Nov. 19) and finished with nine against Long Beach State (Jan. 3) and UC Irvine (Jan. 5) … grabbed career-high five rebounds four times, most recently versus Cal State Northridge (Jan. 26) … matched career high of four steals versus UC Irvine (Jan. 5) … started 18 of 32 games – including the first 13 of the year – and averaged 23.5 minutes per contest.
Appeared in 32 of 33 contests with starts coming at UNLV (Nov. 22) and at UC Davis (Jan. 28) … hit three three-pointers to finish with a season-high nine points at UNLV (Nov. 22) … added eight points against Cal State Northridge (Feb. 15) … compiled season-high seven assists versus Cal State Bakersfield (Nov. 16) … averaged 13.9 minutes per game.
As a true freshman, averaged 13.3 minutes per 30 appearances … scored eight points during first collegiate start and appearance as a Mustang during 76-60 win at Seattle (Nov. 14) … notched career-high 12 points versus Long Beach State (Dec. 30) … added 11 points during 65-60 triumph at UC Riverside (Jan. 20).
Madison HS (San Antonio, Texas)
Four-year letterwinner assisted program to a combined 132-19 record during high school career … averaged 10.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game during 2008-09 junior season as program finished 34-2 and made a semifinal round appearance in the Texas 5-A tournament … ranked as the No. 62 point guard in the nation by ESPN RISE as a junior … as a sophomore, named Most Valuable Player of the 64-team McDonald’s Invitational.
Son of Gary and Deanna Johnson … has two sisters, Angie (30) and Corina Palmore (25), and two brothers, Gary, Jr. (25) and Michael (23) … majoring in sociology … career ambition is to own his own business … lists biggest thrills at Cal Poly as “earning a 3.5 GPA for one quarter and beating No. 11 UCLA last season” … Jamal Clarence Johnson was born on May 6, 1992 in San Diego.