HOUSTON – Any coach will tell you a successful offensive unit begins with the play of the offensive line.
Look at the teams left in the playoffs – North Shore, Cy-Fair and Fort Bend Marshall, Foster and Shadow Creek – they all have one.
Anchoring down the Sharks’ front line is Cam’Ron Johnson.
The 2019 three-star prospect, as rated by Rivals.com, is 6-foot-5, 180-pounds and has helped an offense that averages 168.2 yards per game on the ground and 233 yards per game through the air.
“It’s amazing, it’s just showing all the hard work we did during the summer paid off,” Johnson said about the run they’re on. “Been very exciting.”
Johnson, who has 19 offers, including ones from Colorado, SMU, Arizona, Hawaii, Texas Tech and Tulsa, has liked his explosiveness off the ball this season.
“I’m open right now but I’m looking at Colorado still just trying to wait things out right now,” Johnson said about his recruitment.
As he continues to improve his game, Johnson said he likes to watch the New Orleans Saints offensive line and pick up some of the things they do.
The best part of this season so far, Johnson said has been playing with his brothers and competing and getting to block for Sharks’ playmakers quarterback Jamarian George and running back Marquez Huland has been special too.
“Those are two of the best athletes in the State of Texas at quarterback and running back,” he said. “I know they are going to blow up off this season.”