Busy month doesn't deter 5-star's quest for role as starting quarterback

Hunter Johnson has a busy month ahead of him, but he isn’t letting the award circuit, official visits or all-star games get in the way of his goal of being the starting quarterback at Clemson.

2017 FOOTBALL COMMITS (14)
NamePOSHt/WtHometownESPN Rank
Tee Higgins PhotoTee HigginsWR6-4/175Oak Ridge, TN
Justin Foster PhotoJustin FosterLB6-4/247Shelby, NC
Blake Vinson PhotoBlake VinsonOT6-5/285Citra, FL
Noah DeHond PhotoNoah DeHondOT6-7/325Hightstown, NJ
Chase Brice PhotoChase BriceQB6-3/195Loganville, GA
LeAnthony Williams PhotoLeAnthony WilliamsCB6-0/175Roswell, GA
Jordan Williams PhotoJordan WilliamsDE6-5/260Virginia Beach, VA
Amari Rodgers PhotoAmari RodgersWR5-10/195Knoxville, TN
Hunter Johnson PhotoHunter JohnsonQB6-3/205Brownsburg, IN
Cordarrian Richardson PhotoCordarrian RichardsonRB5-11/225Memphis, TN
A.J. Terrell PhotoA.J. TerrellCB6-2/180Atlanta, GA
Matt Bockhorst PhotoMatt BockhorstOG6-5/300Cincinnati, OH
Baylon Spector PhotoBaylon SpectorOLB/S6-2/205Calhoun, GA
Logan Rudolph PhotoLogan RudolphLB/DE6-3/230Rock Hill, SC

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