Cam Johnson Commits To Virginia Tech

Cam Johnson

Cam Johnson
Cornerback, Class of 2022
St. Frances Academy, Baltimore, MD
6-0, 165

Virginia Tech picked up verbal commitment from St. Frances Academy (Baltimore, MD) cornerback Cam Johnson on Saturday.  He is the 22nd verbal commitment of the 2022 class, and the second consecutive commit to come from the state of Maryland.

St. Frances Academy is a Maryland powerhouse, with seven of the top 10 players from the state in the class of 2022 calling that school home.  Johnson is rated as the No. 8 player in the state of Maryland by 247, and he faces top FBS prospects in practice on a daily basis.  ESPN ranks him as the No. 4 player in Maryland and the No. 149 overall player in the country.

Johnson picked the Hokies over Boston College, despite the fact that he has several teammates who are either already playing for BC or already committed there.  He is also listed with offers from West Virginia, Maryland, Illinois, Michigan, Ole Miss, Penn State, Tennessee and Texas A&M.

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  1. I love football recruiting. It’s exiciting to think about the potential of the young men that commit to the Hokies for their football future. However I wish you guys would let us know more about the ones we lose. I was excited about the linebacker Xavier Simmons. Then I noticed that we recruited 2 more young men but we still only had 21 recruits. I knew someone was missing so I started googling and found out that Simmons flipped to Missouri. I would like to hear that from techsideline. I do realize that recruiting is a process and nothing is settled until they sign but please let us know the bad with the good.

  2. Fantastic! Welcome aboard Cam! I am becoming a strong believer in the positive direction that FU’s recruiting train is headed!

  3. What a nice string of recruiting wins lately! Congrats to all the coaches and staff (as well as player hosts) who are making it happen.

  4. another 3 and one half star player…why not pick the 247 composite rating and go with that? Isn’t the team ranking per 247 determined by their algorithm called composite ranking?

      1. His rationale is one mans opinion.

        Industry experts who get paid to evaluate and have algorithms should be used. He seems to find a way to downgrade our recruits.

  5. Wow, Monsoor and now Cam, I like the looks of the back for in the coming years.

    GO HOKIES!!!

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