Johnson hopes for more exposure

Mossi Johnson thought he would play quarterback this season but in Los Angeles Crenshaw's first game he was at wide receiver and he could move to running back.
On defense, the 6-foot-1, 170-pound recruit played linebacker and safety.
Johnson, who looked outstanding as a wide receiver this summer at the B2G Elite Camp, plans to be used as a jack-of-all-trades this season and he's fine with it as long as he can make good things happen for his team.
"I was happy with how I played in the first game," Johnson said. "I was also happy with how my teammates played, too.
"Finally we got to play and show what we practice for. We had a reason to practice and it came out well for us."
UNLV has offered Johnson, a three-star prospect by after he was arguably one of the top two receivers at the B2G camp this summer.
Arizona State had been showing more interest and Johnson said he remains in contact with the coaching staff but it's not too serious yet.
No other programs are involved with the Los Angeles Crenshaw standout. He's hoping after a few more strong performances in the coming weeks that more schools will get involved.
It's unknown whether switching positions all the time is a plus or minus to his recruitment but Johnson is focused on helping his team out and he's willing to do whatever it takes to win.
"I want to wait a couple more games and then I'll plan some visits," Johnson said.
"I might just switch from receiver to running back. I played running back last year but we don't know what to expect this year."
Johnson and his Crenshaw team won't be short of exposure. The next few opponents on the schedule include powerhouses Norco, Calif., Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake, Fresno (Calif.) Edison and Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian.