"At Lake Clifton, it was different playing with a score-first point guard like Josh," said Johnson, who averaged about 15 points as a senior. "It really humbled me, not getting touches. It was basically a learning experience, just something I had to go through. But I was used to being the man, scoring and making plays. So by [Selby] being that player, it just made me rebound and get more defensive stops. It made my all-around game better."