4-Star Greg Johnson agrees Arizona Football Class of 2017 is tight
Arizona Football commit Greg Johnson’s Hawkins Boys just demolished another team on their way to the CIF Los Angeles City Division II Championship.
The Arizona Football recruiting class of 2017 is ranked No. 16 in the Nation. That’s about 30 slots above what the last two classes. The question Wildcats fans have asked over and over again is if the commits will now de-commit based on the Wildcats losing season in 2016. We will try to answer that question along with bringing you an update on our top commit Greg Johnson.
Last Friday night, Augustus Hawkins Hawks beat down the Canoga Park Hunters by a whopping 58 points, 65-7. The Hawks are competing in Division II in the Los Angeles City Football Playoffs for 2016.
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Our commit Greg Johnson, who ranks No. 7 in his position (ATH) Nationally, No. 12 in California, and No. 20 overall in the West. contributed to the win in a big way.
Johnson ran seven times for 86 yards (12.3 Avg.) and two touchdowns; his 12 points was the second highest of the eight players who scored on Friday night. Jones made an interception and ran it for eight yards, and it would have been two but the second very close one eluded him.
There are now at least six other Hawkins football players who have received offers from the Wildcats coaches including the latest entry, freshman CB Brandon Jones. Johnson is an upper classman and mentor to Jones, and the two are close. In fact, the whole team is close.
Hawkins HS (12-0), ranks as the No. 1 seed going into the tournament, will take on the No. 4 seed Grant High School next week. Grant (7-5) is another school from the San Fernando Valley like their last opponent Canoga Park. The Los Angeles City Division spans the city of Los Angeles as well as the county of Los Angeles.
— In the Front Row (@InTheFrontRowLA) November 20, 2016
We asked top Arizona commit Greg Johnson and recruit Brandon Jones how things were going after the game, and if Arizona’s season has any impact on their decision. He tells us about how close the incoming class is and more.
Greg Johnson’s Career Stats Care of Max Preps
Greg Johnson, 5-foot-11, and 190 pounds is an all-around athlete on his Hawks team. You can now see where the four stars come from offense and defense in many positions. He helps his team in every way he can. The accumulated varsity totals are in the last row of each table. The following stats are only from his regular season play.
Total Points 403
Points Per Game 9.8
Fumble Recoveries 2
Fumble Recovery Yards 3
Total TDs 65
Passing Yards 1656
Here’s an exciting Johnson play from last week’s win, have fun watching this, it’s why his Twitter handle starts with the word ‘Quick’:
There you have it! We all hope Wildcats fans will get more excited about next season, and they should, they have some exciting players coming to Tucson. BEARDOWN GREG! Good luck to you, Brandon and your Hawkins Boys on your quest for Trophies, we can’t wait to give you high fives when you strut down the Wildcat Walk!
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