FlauJae Johnson is a world-class talent on and off the court. Johnson had her No. 4 jersey retired at Savannah (Georgia) Sprayberry High School after scoring a school-record 1,615 career points. She became the first McDonald’s All-American recruited to LSU by coach Kim Mulkey. Johnson also played in the Jordan Brand Classic and earned MVP honors after scoring 27 points in the game. Plus, Johnson was the only female to play in the Iverson Classic. Off the court, Johnson’s also a rap star with a record deal with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation. Johnson announced her commitment to LSU with the release of a new song “All Falls Down” accompanied by a music video that featured Baton Rouge’s Lil Boosie. She’s also making a big impact in the NIL world with a major deal with Puma. Johnson is the daughter of the late rapper Camouflage, who was shot to death six months before she was born.
NIL deal trackerAll deals
- LSU freshman, hip-hop star FlauJae Johnson signs shoe deal with Puma
- Meta launches NIL Empower 2.0 class with 30 female athletes
10-Week NIL Growth: $73k12%