Eastern Illinois transfer guard Marvin Johnson commits to Oklahoma

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The final roster spot for new Oklahoma head coach Porter Moser’s first team has been filled, as Eastern Illinois transfer guard Marvin Johnson announced on Sunday evening that he would be taking his talents to Norman to join the Sooners.

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A local product originally from Ardmore, Oklahoma who went on to attend Edmond North High School, Johnson looks to be another very solid addition to the roster in what has been an offseason filled with quality transfer additions for Moser and the Sooners.

Last season in 26 games with Eastern Illinois, Johnson averaged 15.3 points, 5.2 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game. Certainly a quality stat line in a solid basketball league in the Ohio Valley Conference.

It will be interesting to see where Johnson fits into the rotation with Oklahoma along with the other guards, but he looks to have the potential to be a legitimate addition to the roster. Moser’s highly successful first offseason in Norman rolls on with the team now having every spot filled as the summer months approach.