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Four-star Texas WR signs with Clemson

December 21, 2022
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★★★★ | Noble Johnson 6’3, 210 | Rockwall High School, Rockwall, Texas

Noble Johnson‍ is a Rivals250 member who averaged 17.2 yards per catch in his prep career at Rockwall.

Rankings: Ranked by Rivals as the nation’s No. 244 overall player … listed No. 280 overall by On3 … listed as No. 304 player in the nation by PrepStar, which also listed him as a four-star prospect … ranked as the No. 22 overall player in Texas by The Dallas Morning News. 

In High School: Helped Rockwall to a 10-2 record in 2022 … finished prep career with 101 receptions for 1,739 yards (17.2 avg.) and 14 touchdowns over 26 games … added 22 career kickoff returns for 510 yards, a 23.2-yard average … finished his senior season with 51 catches for 865 yards and six scores and 11 kickoff returns for 203 yards … posted 15 catches for 164 yards and three scores against Royce City … had seven catches for 163 yards and two scores against South Grand Prairie … recorded four 100-yard receiving games … notched 49 catches for 875 and eight touchdowns in 2021 … had career-high 241 receiving yards on 11 catches against Lake Travis … had eight catches for 199 yards and two scores against Jesuit in 2021 season opener … wore No. 3 for coach Trey Brooks at Rockwell High … invited to All-America Classic in Orlando.

Personal: Committed to Clemson on June 11, 2022 … born Feb. 11, 2005 … expected to enroll at Clemson in January 2023.

Our Take:

Luke Winstel

Johnson’s stock skyrocketed in his first full year playing varsity football, “My junior year I went crazy… yeah, that’s really where it all started.” Johnson impressed coaches with a well-rounded skill set, including speed, natural quickness, and an ability to read defenses.

He blew up nationally after a video of him bench-pressing a cornerback on a stop-and-go route went viral. He picked up +10 offers in the aftermath of that play. When recalling the moment, Johnson said, “The corner just flies, and I’m like ‘oh wow that just happened’ - then ‘oh my God the ball is coming’ – so, I had to get back on my horses, and I was just running from there.”

Johnson was sold on the Clemson program after meeting in Grisham’s office at camp, “Just talking about the statistics of Clemson’s offense… I was looking over at my dad, and I was like, ‘this is really the Receiver U.’”

Johnson is proud to bring his 4.4-second 40 speed, physicality, and route-running to Death Valley. He is an advanced receiver and noted, “I make very complicated catches. I can just break defenses apart; I can just pick them apart. It’s very exciting to watch me.”

When asked to give his message to Clemson fans, Johnson said, “Make sure they bring their popcorn. It’s going to be a show. As soon as I step out on that field, it’s going to be a show.”

Morgan Thomas - Outside WR who is extremely physical. Likes to knock smaller DBs on the ground. Understands how to get separation with routes. High points the ball in 1 on 1 deep passes. Uses his hands but within regulations. Can sneak past defenders who like to engage too much. Good mix of physicality and route running.

Deep ball threat

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