- Famous Name
- Birth Name Cameron Jordan Johnson
- Birth Place Moon, Pennsylvania, United States
- Famous Name Cameron Johnson
- Birth Date March 3, 1996 (age 23)
- Father Gilbert Johnson
- Mother Amy Johnson
- Siblings 3
- Height 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)
- Nationality American
- University attended Pittsburgh (2014–2017) North Carolina (2017–2019)
- Currently Married No
- Girlfriend No
Cameron Johnson is a professional American basketball player who last played for the North Carolina University team North Carolina Tar Heels as their small forward. He also played for the Pittsburg Panthers Men's national team.
Cameron Johnson is projected to be drafted in the first round with among the 20 overall pick and if you wish to explore the salary of the first round players just scroll down a little bit.
Who is Cameron Johnson Dating Currently? His Girlfriend and Personal Life
The exact information regarding the probable spouse or girlfriend hasn't been shared so far by him and neither any of the new portals have mentioned about it. Cameron reportedly is single. As comparing the professional life of the famous basketball player there aren't many details disclosed from which his love affair and relationship status can be guessed.
Johnson is a career-focused man since his full focus is on his games.
Furthermore, he hasn't shared any hints regarding his personal life on his official social accounts and has posted photos and posts about his games only. However, he might have a girlfriend about whom he hasn't shared any details.
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Cameron Johnson Body Measurements (Height, Weight)
Cameron Johnson is a popular basketball player who stands a height of 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) tall and weighs about 210 lb (95 kg).
How much is the Projected Salary of Johnson after the 2019 NBA draft?
The exact figure for salary and net worth of Cameron is not yet published and is under review. Since he is not yet drafted in the NBA Draft so Johnson's salary has not been reported. As per some of the trusted sites, Cameron is supposed to be picked in the first round alongside Nassir Little.
The average salary reported for the first round pick players is around $6,804,300 in the first year of the contract and it is projected that he might receive a salary amount of $7,969,100 in his second year.
If Johnson gets selected in the first round, he will be earning a good sum of money as mentioned above. The minimum salary for the rookie NBA player is reported to be around $500,000. Besides, he might earn some money from various endorsement deals.
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Cameron Johnson Childhood and Parents
Cameron Johnson was born on March 3, 1996, in Moon Township, Pennsylvania. Johnson holds American nationality and belongs to the mixed ethnic group.
His father Gilbert and mother Amy supported him to play basketball since early days as they first bought him a pair of Jordans while he was just 4. Both of his parents were basketball player as his father Gilbert played two years at Pittsburgh and his mother Amy played four at Kent State.
Cameron grew up up in Conway, S.C. as the second oldest of four brothers. Above him was Aaron, below him Donovan — everyone called him Puff — and Braylon.
Cameron is a Communications degree graduate from Pittsburgh University in 2017.
Cameron Johnson Basketball Career
The young and energetic basketball player started his basketball career from his high school days. The detailed information about his career is discussed below.
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High School Career
Cameron Johnson joined the Moon Area High School for his education and played basketball for the high school team. He also played for the Our Lady Of The Sacred Heart where he scored an average of 27.8 points, eight rebounds and five assists per game.
Soon after he finished high school career with 1,175 points, Johnson attended the University of Pittsburgh in 2014 April. Later on, after completing his graduation in Communication, he transferred to North Carolina University in accordance with graduate transfer rule.
He started playing for the North Carolina team from 2017 November and got injured in his first season due to which he missed 10 games. Currently, he has declared for the 2019 NBA Draft and is projected to be the first-round pick.