West Virginia Basketball Recruiting: Mountaineers Offer Robert Johnson

After receiving four offers on Saturday, 2014 shooting guard Robert Johnson received yet another offer on Sunday as the West Virginia Mountaineers extended an offer to the Richmond, Virginia native. Johnson is the sixth best recruit from the state of Virginia and is ranked 100th in the 247 Sports Basketball Rankings.

Feb 18, 2013; Manhattan, KS, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers head coach Bob Huggins looks at an official during first-half action against the Kansas State Wildcats at Bramlage Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

So far, Johnson has received offers from the Alabama Crimson Tide, Cincinnati Bearcats, East Carolina Pirates, Florida State Seminoles, Georgetown Hoyas, Indiana Hoosiers, James Madison Dukes, Memphis Tigers, Pittsburgh Panthers, Providence Friars, VCU Rams, Villanova Wildcats, Virginia Cavaliers, Wake Forest Demon Deacons, and West Virginia Mountaineers.

Robert Johnson is a very skilled shooting guard, but he is a very exceptional shooter from beyond the arc.

When it comes to the three-ball, Johnson can get his shot in several different ways. He can size a defender up from three, shoot off the screen, or straight up spot up from three.

The four-star recruit is currently ranked 6th in the state of Virginia, 23rd among shoot guards, and 100th nationally among 2014 high school recruits by 247Sports.

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Topics: Basketball, Recruiting, Robert Johnson, West Virginia Mountaineers

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