Clemson commit Hunter Johnson looked sharp on Saturday afternoon, tossing a first-half touchdown to help lead the East squad to a 27-17 win over the West in the 2017 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
For his efforts, Johnson was named the recipient of the Pete Dawkins trophy recipient as the game’s MVP.
Johnson threw for 91 yards and a touchdown to four-star wide receiver Henry Ruggs III, who is expected to commit to the Alabama Crimson Tide.
“It was a blast, so much fun,” Johnson said, via USA TODAY. “I could not have expected a better time.
“A lot of that was those receivers,. Those are some pretty fast dudes. It was great to see those guys get in the end zone. We knew with the coverages they run this week we would have some chances to take some shots and we took advantage of it. I went over the top and put it out there for him.”
Johnson, a five-star standout from Brownsburg, Indiana, is the No. 2 rated pro-style quarterback in the nation.
Clemson has the No. 13 recruiting class in the country for 2017.
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