Devin Johnson is in his second season with the Marquette University men's basketball program as video coordinator, but owns a long-standing relationship with head coach Buzz Williams.
The Zachary, Louisiana, native worked as an undergraduate assistant coach under Williams at the University of New Orleans during the 2006-07 campaign. He was involved in all of the game day activities associated with the program, as well as assisting with the team's opponent scouting process and game plan development.
In his role with the Golden Eagles, Johnson will supervise all of the program's video needs, including the staff's scouting efforts and exchange procedures. He will also play a vital role in the annual summer camp events. Johnson has served as a camp counselor each of the last three summers at Marquette.
Johnson arrived on campus after working in a variety of capacities for the NBA's New Orleans Hornets. During his five-year tenure, he served as game presentation associate, group coordinator and group service manager. His most recent promotion came in September of 2010, with his duties including managing the group service assets on game night and managing a staff focused on generating revenue and becoming involved in community initiatives.
A 2008 graduate of UNO, Johnson earned his bachelor's degree in business management from the University and collected a minor in sport management.