Alexander Johnson, a talented 6-9, 215 pound power forward/center from Bridgton Academy in Maine, may wait until the spring before signing a letter of intent.
Last year Johnson signed a letter of intent with Georgia out of Dougherty High School in Georgia. But he didn't qualify academically.
"Alexander wants to get his test score first," said Bridgton Whit Lesure said. "He still wants to sign with Georgia."
Last year, Johnson also considered Alabama and Cincinnati during his recruiting process. Johnson is a much improved player on the offensive end but he still has room to grow in this area too.
Johnson possesses many of the physical tools that should help him become a reliable performer in the low post. He is likely to become a great college player with his upside and talent.