Georgia basketball coach Tom Crean landed another commitment on Monday for his 2020 class, as 4-star guard K.D. Johnson committed to the Bulldogs over the likes of Ole Miss, Tennessee and Texas A&M, according to 247Sports’ Evan Daniels.
Johnson rates as the nation’s No. 141 prospect according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. He’s the No. 141 player in the country. Johnson’s listed height is 6-foot-1, and he ranks as the No. 23 point guard prospect in the class.
The Chatham, Va., native plays for Hargrave Military Academy, which has produced NBA players such as Terry Rozier, David West and Montrezl Harrell.
With Johnson now in the class, the Bulldogs now have four commits in the 2020 cycle, as he joins forward Josh Taylor, and JUCO prospects Jonathan Ned and Mikal Starks. Johnson is the second point guard in the class joining Starks. Georgia’s 2020 recruiting class currently ranks as the No. 17 class in the country.
Georgia signed the No. 10 recruiting class in the country a season ago, which was headlined by now freshman Anthony Edwards. In his debut against Valdosta State, Edwards led Georgia with 18 points on 11 shots as the Bulldogs got a 93-81 win in an exhibition. The Bulldogs have another exhibition on Friday against Charlotte before opening the season against Western Carolina on Nov. 5.