|Photo courtesy of Southeast High School|
Braxton-Johnson was one of 20 finalists selected from the scholarship's 25,915 applicants.
The scholarship was awarded to rising college freshmen who show good sportsmanship and moral character, commitment to their community, good leadership skills, excellence in the classroom and an active promotion of diversity.
Braxton-Johnson was the Seminoles' starting quarterback the last two seasons and threw for 1,450 yards and 16 touchdowns in 2012 to lead Southeast to the Class 5A-District 12 title.
He has been accepted to Georgetown, Notre Dame and Johns Hopkins and will make his decision next week. Braxton-Johnson plans to play football in college.