December 2, 2010 by wcobserver
By Brent Harrison
WEST FORK – Last week West Fork forward/center Jared Johnson (6-foot-6) gave his signature to play basketball next year for Coach Clark Sheehy and the John Brown Eagles.
Johnson, a two-time All-State and All-District selection averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds a game for David Ferrell’s Tigers as a junior.
“JBU is a perfect fit for Jared,” Ferrell said. “It’s a great school and a great coach, I think he made a real wise choice. He can help them, and it’s a great environment. It comes at a good time because they lose one of their two post players.”
“He’s really agile and he shoots well for a big guy,” Ferrell said. “He worked hard over the summer. He expanded his game and now he’s much better from 6-8 feet.”
Jared is the son John and Rose Mary Johnson and plans to major in education.
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