Charlotte, NC - JWU Men's Basketball announced Journey Al-Amin as the fourth signing for their 2019 recruiting class. The 6’4" wing out of Booker T. Washington High School in Norfolk, Virginia also played for the AAMF Bobcats at the club level.
Journey, the son of Jaunis Singletary, comes to Charlotte in pursuit of a degree in Culinary Arts. The 2019 VHSL All-District Class 5, 1st Team member averaged 17.5 points per game for the Bookers in addition to netting 10 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 2.5 assists per game in his senior season.
Al-Amin says he chose to go to Johnson & Wales because it was “the best school for both culinary arts and basketball.” In addition to All-District 1st Team honors, Journey garnered 1st Team Eastern Conference accolades while also being named MVP of the Allen Iverson Crossover Tournament.
"Journey is a fantastic fit here at Johnson & Wales," says Head Men's Basketball Coach Dan Larkin. "He is extremely passionate about the culinary arts and his character will add a significant presence to our locker room right away. He comes from a high level of competition out in the Norfolk area and our staff could not be more excited to get to work with this young man.”