Johnson was not quite as impressive Sunday night as he was in the two previous days, as his mega-talented Stoneridge Prep team was upset by MCI in the finale of the National Prep Tip-Off. He showed very little in terms of leadership skills, and ability to run a team. Granted, the Minnesota native was coming off of a leg injury sustained Friday night, but Stoneridge was desperate for someone to step up and take control of things late in the game, and Angelo was nowhere to be found.
On the bright side, the junior continued to show that he has the ability to break down just about anybody off of the dribble, and finish in the lane despite his small stature. He used his body incredibly well in the paint, allowing him to finish over much taller and more athletic defenders all weekend long.
The biggest question that college coaches will ask themselves is Can this guy run my team? To be honest with you, I cannot tell you how well Johnson will be able to run a team at the high major collegiate level, considering that he can't even run a team at the prep school level. It is clear however that he can score on just about anyone in the country, from absolutely anywhere on the court. It must be noted that Johnson was an original member of the class of 2006 at Minneapolis Henry HS, and has since reclassified two years below to the class of 2008, making him yet another casualty in the prep school reclassification game.