Talking With Bloom's QB/ATH Phillip Johnson Class Of 2019
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Phillip Johnson 6'2 188 QB/ATH Bloom Class of 2019
Coach Big Pete's Take
Phillip Johnson is a playmaker on the field no doubt about it. College Coaches could utilize him in many different ways to exploit defenses. Great ability at the WR spot, and great touch on the ball at QB.
Phillip Johnson what schools have you been talking to?
Quincy University , Mckendree University , Indiana State , Trinity College , Lincoln University , Saint Aslemn , Western Illinois, Iowa Central , ONU, Saint Xavier
What does football mean to you?
Football means everything to me its like an escape that I have to keep me away from all the violence and mayhem im surrounded by , and its an opportunity to get my family away from all the problems they’ve dealt with and to also get the opportunity to showcase all of my hard work and sacrifices ive made
What would you like college coaches to know about you?
That Im the type of guy who works his tail off to perfect every part of his game thats not their yet and has the motor and drive to win no matter what the atmosphere is or situation that we are put in , I just have that will and drive to win
Favorite memory from last season?
When we went to state playoffs for the first time
What goal do you have yourself this season?
To win my first state championship and to be an All-American
What position do you feel most comfortable playing?
So how does Bloom this season?
We are not that good this season we lost alot of key players and nobody else can really fill their shoes besides me at the starting QB and two other receivers
Give me another player on Bloom to keep an eye out for?
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