"I think it has," said Johnson, who already has his undergraduate degree and is certified to teach. "I think all my experiences, whether it be working at camps, student teaching, I think all the things I've been fortunate enough to do have molded me as a person. I think all of that does help a little bit on the field."
"You can never be too fundamentally sound," Johnson said. "It's still a work in progress. I'm just holding the ball a little higher and trying to have the urgency of getting it out of my hand and just trying to deliver it as quick as I can."