Posted November 12, 2012 on kansasstate.scout.com
MANHATTAN, Kan. - He may not be starting but D.J. Johnson is making an early impact on the Kansas State basketball team in his freshman season. The Wildcats next play on Monday and Tuesday in the Preseason NIT in a field that also includes Lamar, Alabama-Huntsville and North Texas.
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