S.C. sleeper emerges

SPARTANBURG, S.C.- Woodruff (S.C.) defensive lineman Delvin Johnson has been impressive during workouts for Saturday's Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas. The 6-foot-3, 265-pounder is getting looks from several college programs and more attention could be on its way.
"My coach (Woodruff High head coach Freddie Brown) says that a lot more people have been calling about me," Johnson said. "But he hasn't said who."
Johnson added that North Carolina, N.C. State and Tulsa, along with Division I-AA South Carolina State and Division II Newberry College, have all been showing a lot of interest.
"I'm just out here being the best I can be," he added.
Johnson has shown off his versatility this week, playing a number of positions along the line of scrimmage, including nose tackle, defensive end and defensive tackle.
"It's going really good here," Johnson said. "It's pretty awesome to be around this many good players."
Johnson is a two-star rated prospect by