Name: Brad Johnson
Height: 6-2
Weight: 190
Birthplace: Milwaukee, Wis.
Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.
High School: Riverside University High School (Milwaukee, Wis.)
College: University of Florida/University of South Florida
Paralympic Experience
  • 2000 Paralympic Games (sitting volleyball)
  • 2004 Paralympic Games (sailing, bronze medal)
World Championship Experience
  • 2010 Sitting Volleyball World Championship (10th place)
  • 2006 Sitting Volleyball World Championship (9th place)
Other Career Highlights
  • Appeared in 16 sets for the U.S. men at the 2010 Sitting Volleyball World Championships. He was second highest in service aces with five
  • In 2009, helped the U.S. Men win gold at the Parapan American Championship in Montreal
  • Selected to be the U.S. flag bearer at the 2007 Parapan American Games.
Personal: Parents are Odell and Anna Johnson... Attended Riverside University High School from 1984 to 1988... Graduated from the University of South Florida in 1992 with a degree in criminology... Played intramural football, tennis and rugby in college... Lost both legs in a car accident on his way to taking the LSATs... Retook the LSAT and started at UF Law in 1994... Works as a general practitioner of personal injury law as well as civil rights with an emphasis on disability, and personal injury law