Oklahoma state basketball: Cowgirls get commitment from Roshunda Johnson
STILLWATER — Roshunda Johnson, one of the Arkansas high school basketball players late Oklahoma State coaches Kurt Budke and Miranda Serna were traveling to evaluate when they were killed in a plane crash last November, has committed to the Cowgirls, according to DFW Elite Basketball's website.
Johnson, a point guard from Little Rock Park View, is rated the No. 49 overall prospect in the nation by ESPN HoopGurlz. According to the website, Johnson was also considering Arkansas, Florida State, Kentucky, Texas and Tennessee.
Johnson is OSU’s sixth commitment for the 2013 class, joining forward Kaetlyn Loecker (McPherson, Kan.), guard Lakota Beatty (Anadarko), center Marisha Wallace (Northern Oklahoma College-Enid), forward Diana Omozee (Pflugerville, Texas) and forward Brianne Coffman (Jarell, Texas).
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