By Tug Olson
Senior Isaac Johnson signed a letter of intent to play basketball at NAIA Division II California State University Maritime Academy.
Johnson said visiting the school helped him make the decision.
“It’s super rainy in Ketchikan, so when I got off the plane in San Francisco and it was sunny and 75 degrees I knew I would like it,” said Johnson.
Isaac’s future team also made him feel confident in the school, and they “accepted me with open arms”.
Sister Kreylynn Johnson had nothing but praise for her big brother.
“Isaac has been playing ever since he could walk, he’s one of the hardest working people I know. He doesn’t always get credit for the stuff he does, so it’s nice to see him get some recognition. We’re all proud of him”.
Isaac is excited to attend the school because he hopes to pursue a career in the line of maritime and hopefully become a cruise ship pilot.