Kobe Johnson is an American college basketball player for the USC Trojans who had a breakout sophomore campaign last season.
Before joining USC, Kobe made waves in high school ball where he finished his career with Nicolet High School’s single-season scoring record, averaging 26.7 points to go along with 10.4 rebounds per game his senior year.
But did you know that Kobe Johnson is not the only sports personality in his family?
Johnson comes from a basketball family, as both of his parents and two of his three brothers played at the collegiate level or higher.
Join GhLinks as we look into everything you need to know about Kobe Johnson parents.
Who are USC Kobe Johnson parents?
Kobe was born on January 15, 2003 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to his parents are Stacy and Roderick Johnson Jr.
Roderick and his wife, Stacy, have three sons Jalen, Rod, Jr and Kobe Johnson.
On May 26, 2023, Kobe Johnson parents marked their 22nd anniversary, celebrating two decades of marital bliss.
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Kobe Johnson’s mother: Stacy Johnson
Kobe’s mother, Stacy played collegiately at Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Stacy Johnson celebrates her birthday on 5th September every year.
She is assumed to be born in the 1970s though it isn’t clear the exact year.
Be sure to get an update from us should we get any information about her exact age.
Kobe Johnson’s father: Roderick Johnson Jr
Roderick Johnson played basketball at Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Southeast Missouri State before playing professionally two seasons in Poland.
Currently, Rodney is an officer with the Madison Police Department in his home state of Wisconsin.
In 2017, he was promoted to Educational Resource Officer (ERO), a great fit given his excellent ability to work well with students, staff and parents.
Johnson was assigned to La Follette High School, a place he spent a good deal of time at when filling in as a temporary ERO.
Johnson first joined the Madison Police Department in 2008 and also served as a patrol officer and officer in the Gang Unit leading up to his current position.