David Johnson Jr., also known as “DJ Johnson”, is a 22-year-old basketball player who has achieved his vision of becoming a sportsman. – UBJ
David is originally from San Antonio, Texas, and is a full-time athlete and entrepreneur. He takes his sport seriously and continues to make efforts to improve his game by training rigorously. He just doesn’t know how to stop. This never give up attitude has brought DJ immeasurable success and love from his audience. Since his childhood he loved basketball as a sport. He loved to play and admired legendary players like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Kawaii Leonard, James Harden, Russell Rosebrook and Paul George. DJ Johnson has constantly studied these players and their techniques to improve themselves every day and is always ready to be as good as them. He likes to partner with other entrepreneurs like him
DJ has a mindset that believes in abundance. David turned into legends and turned his lifelong dream into a living reality. He started playing his favorite sport which is basketball from an early age. He started learning the game when he was only in 4th grade. Mainly because his father was also a sportsman and passed his will on to David. His father’s basketball jersey number was 23, which is why he loves to wear the number 23 on his back while playing. His father left the world in 2005. He always knew he had the potential to be a very good player and felt his best when playing on the pitch.
DJ Johnson credits his trainer Leroy Harley for all of his accomplishments so far. He played under Coach Leroy in the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) which is a traveling basketball team. Coach Leroy helped him in his college basketball career.
Johnson has made himself eligible for the 2021 NBA Draft and will not return to the University of Louisville for his remaining college eligibility. Johnson played 2 seasons for the Cards. “First of all, I would like to thank God for putting me in this position where I am today. Without him, it wouldn’t be possible, ”Johnson said in a statement released by the University of Louisville. In the years to come, he sees himself marrying his beautiful girlfriend and leading a prosperous life, hoping to have two children.