Detroit High School Star Throws Down Nasty Slams at 'First To Fly' Dunk Contest

Watch a Detroit-area prep star show off his high-flying skills at Jordan Brand's 'First To Fly' dunk contest in Las Vegas.

Antwan Johnson, a student at Henry Ford High School in Detroit, participated in Jordan Brand's "First To Fly" dunk contest at the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas. Johnson will be a senior this year, and he's looking to make an impact for the Trojans with his high-flying, rim-rattling skills.

The 6-foot-5 small forward started the dunk competition with his impression of LeBron James's signature slam, cocking his arm back fully extended and throwing it down hard. Check out some of Johnson's other impressive dunks in the video above.


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