No. 3 player in Nevada getting better

Henderson (Nevada) Green Valley safety Brett Johnson is ranked as the No. 3 player in Nevada by, and he’s worked hard at making his game even better.
“I’ve gotten better at my moving my feet around, quickness off the ball,” Johnson, who is 6-foot-1 ½ and 183 pounds, said.
“It’s going to help me out a lot. I might play some cornerback this year. I can play safety and cornerback, and that might help my case more and more with the college coaches.”
Speaking of colleges, Johnson has an offer from Nevada – where he camped at this summer. Johnson is also getting regular mail from UCAL and Oregon State and has had constant communication with those coaches via e-mail.
“A lot of them are going to wait and see what I do during the first few games,” Johnson said.
But with all that in mind, Johnson is pretty focused on his senior season.
“We’re going to be a lot better this year,” he said. “Coach (Greg) Murphy is still building on the foundation. My personal goal is to do what I did last year and help the team win more games.”
Johnson had 84 tackles and two interceptions as a junior.