There are over 14 NBA teams who have interviewed JaJuan Johnson. The talented power forward was one of the most accomplished and heralded players in Big Ten history, and his four years in West Lafyatte were extremely memorable for all the right reasons. Not many Purdue Boilermakers excelled and excited on both ends of the floor like he did. By Paul M. Banks … [Read more...] about What NBA Teams are interested in Purdue’s JaJuan Johnson?
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When Robbie Hummel went down with a season-ending injury in mid October, many college basketball pundits believed the Purdue Boilermakers' dream season to be was lost. Their lofty top ten, in some cases top five, national ranking seemed no longer appropriate, and many experts wrote them off. Yet here they are, the second most consistent and powerful team in the Big Ten. … [Read more...] about Purdue Boilermakers Owning State of Indiana Basketball Right Now
Purdue Boilermakers senior forward/center JaJuan Johnson was recognized for his early-season efforts on Wednesday when Mike DeCourcy of the Sporting News counted him among his five college basketball midseason All-Americans. The second AP Preseason All-American in Purdue history, Johnson is averaging 19.9 points, 8.0 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game on the season. In two Big … [Read more...] about Purdue’s JaJuan Johnson Named Mid-Season All-American
The Purdue Boilermakers came in with high hopes for a Big Ten and possibly a national championship, but their college basketball season took a serious turn for the worse before it even got started when Boilers MVP Robbie Hummel went down for the count on October 15th. Now Boilers coach Matt Painter will no doubt emulate Britney Spears by saying "Gimme More," as in E'Twaun … [Read more...] about JaJuan Johnson Adds Weight, Needs to Carry the Load at Purdue
By Paul M. Banks Purdue forward/center JaJuan Johnson's skill sets make him a prototypical Power Forward and NOT a Center in "The League"- should be decide to come out after this season. … [Read more...] about JaJuan Johnson Should be an NBA Four