The Miami Hurricanes have officially signed the home run hitter and powerback into the 23-year class.4 star running back Christopher Johnson From Fort Lauderdale Dillard Mark Fletcher American Heritage Plantation’s Hurricanes head coach Mario Cristobal can’t wait to welcome them to campus.
“Two very unique individuals with two very different skill sets,” Cristobal said.
About Chris Johnson:
“Borderline world-class speed and explosiveness. He can touch the ball, he can find the crease and he’s gone! Out of the backfield he’s also good. He’s the star of the track and here I plan to run the track at the University of Miami.“
Cristobal said that Johnson won U. Johnson won state gold medals as a junior in both the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes.
About Mark Fletcher:
“Mark Fletcher has been a Hurricanes fan since he was little. He’s elusive, strong and fast.
Fletcher is the type of back that wears down defenses with good size and 6-1 225 lbs of power. He powers through your tackle when you think you’ve got him involved.
Having a combination of thunder and lightning in the backfield is a huge luxury. Miami got just that with this pair.
While Fletcher is certainly bigger (Johnson is 5-11 pounds and 185 pounds), Cristobal praised the size and lower body strength from both.
“They’re a little bulky and have incredible lower body strength with explosive power and power,” said Cristobal. “They just have the ability to sit back and turn and balance. rice field.”
Join Johnson and Fletcher Henry Parrish, Citizen of Trebonte When Don Chaney in Miami’s 2023 backfield.
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