Purdue adds fourth from 2012

Once Purdue offered Ronnie Johnson, a scholarship to play basketball there wasn't much doubt about where he was going.
Monday afternoon, Johnson confirmed suspicion that he was Purdue bound.
During a press conference at the offices of the Indianapolis Star, the 5-foot-10 point guard from Indianapolis (Ind.) North Central announced his commitment.
The younger brother of Purdue sophomore to be Terone Johnson, the younger Johnson is a much different player than his big brother.
Ronnie, is a slick and quick point guard who puts pressure on opponents with his ability to get into the lane. He makes enough jumpers to keep defenders honest and is a pesky defender.
This summer, Johnson will run with the Eric Gordon All-Stars. He joins a class that already includes four-star prospects Jay Simpson and Rapheal Davis and three-star Kyle Molock.