For Trotwood (Ohio) Madison junior wide receiver Quinten Johnson, this season is one of change after transferring into the program. While he’s still learning the Rams way of playing the game along with the offense, Johnson can use his natural skill set and be a central playmaker.
Thursday night against Kettering (Ohio) Alter, Johnson came up big with five receptions for 109-yards and two touchdowns as the Rams erased a 10-point deficit to come back and win their first game of the season, 26-24.
Already hearing from a handful of colleges, Johnson talks the latest in recruiting and looks to be a prospect on the rise in the Class of 2024 out of Southwest Ohio.
DBHuddle spoke with Johnson after the game presented by First Star Logistics.