Louisville’s Jaylen Johnson appeared in Woodford County court earlier this week where he pleaded guilty to a charge of possessing the ol’ marijuana plant. The judge handed Johnson a fine of $260.50 to be paid by April 24, according to LEX 18.
When asked about his player’s weed charge, Rick Pitino said something along the lines of, “Jaylen Johnson is the best forward I’ve coached since Jamal Mashburn.” (I’m completely guessing there but it sounds like something he would say.)
Johnson threw his name in the draft after his team’sÂ season ended (in the second round as a No. 2 seed, I might add) but he did not hire an agent. He is currently projected to hear his name called around the same time mine and yours is called on draft night.