Discussion in 'Football Recruiting Forum' started by Whitey23, Apr 17, 2016.
Will visit 7/25-7/27
Why is his "verballed" in lower caps? Is he considered a soft verbal?
No reason - just depends on which mod changed the thread title.
5. Sharod Johnson, WR, Syracuse - Shades of Antonio Calloway. Virtual unknown that transfers to powerhouse Miami/Booker T. Washington as a senior. Gets coached up. Get noticed. Most of all gets used a ton in their vaunted spread offense to put up big numbers. Kudos to Syracuse’s staff for recognizing this trend before it even hit. Johnson may not have the same talent level Calloway does but he has the quickness, long speed and ball skills to do wonders in Dino Baber’s spread offense. Johnson, along with fellow Orange commit Josh Palmer, also from south Florida, could be All-ACC type performers down the road catching passes left and right from Tommy Devito up in that dome.
Callaway started 12 games for the Gators last year as a true freshman. 35recs 678yds 4tds
When i was skimming that Fagan thread on the Hurricanes' board, it was pretty apparent folks down there rate both Sharod and Joshua Palmer. Was nice to read.
Only freshman on this list too
I finally got around to watching his video. Forgive me if it has been mentioned already, but the thing I like about him is that he's a triple threat. He can obviously run routes, but he took direct snaps and passed the ball too. I can foresee a package for this skill set to include end around and end around with a pass.
I can imagine an entire offense built on a 4 wide 1 rb or flex te shotgun set with sj, womack, and td as wrs, dungey q...12-optuon. 2018, it's coming...
I'm never happy. Just ask my wife.
Getting quality wrs is one thing I will never worry about with this staff...
FAU, Illinois, Toledo and Purdue.. hmm, is the kid looking around or did the staff TELL him to look around? :0
Johnson caught six passes for 92 yards and two touchdowns.
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