During the month of June high school recruits either head back to their high school programs to play summer league basketball or make the rounds on the basketball camp circuit.
For 2012 small forward DeMarquise Johnson out of Westwind Prep in Phoenix, AZ June is a month of training up in the Pacific Northwest.
"I am going to be training with some of my friends i know who play at Seattle University in June," said the 6-foot-5 wing. "I am going to get up there and work on my game and get better and learn from the guys I know up there."
Johnson recently attended the Pangos All-American Camp in Los Angeles, CA and performed well. The wing has a solid frame and can attack the rim well and finish with contact.
Johnson says that despite rumors of him having a top three or four he is more wide open.
"[laughs] I am more like looking at a top 15 or so," said Johnson. "I am wide open and focused more so on schools that are talking to me. I am looking at the entire Pac-12 besides Stanford and then San Diego State, UNLV, and Virginia."
While up in Seattle Johnson knows he will visit one Pac-12 program and is hoping to find time at three others.
"I know I will be checking out Washington when I am up there and I don't know yet but I am planning on seeing Washington State, Oregon State, and also Oregon."
Washington has offers from Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Gonzaga, Oregon State, San Diego State, USC, UNLV, Washington, Washington State, and Virginia.