The Muskegon Big Reds started the season in impressive fashion last Thursday by dismantling Grand Rapids Creston, 47-7. Despite not touching the ball on offense, DB/WR prospect Ronald Johnson made his presence felt throughout the game. The state of Michigan's top prospect was pleased with how he performed in his return to the gridiron, but hopes to be more involved when Muskegon takes the field tonight against Kentwood.
"I didn't get ANY action last week," Johnson said. "They didn't throw to me, give it to me, or nothing. (Creston) didn't throw it my way either. I had to go make some big hits. We play against Kentwood (Thursday) in Grand Rapids. I'll get the ball against them. (The coaches) are going to give me the ball A LOT! This game is going to be a lot better. They're going to give us a better go."
Johnson's game tonight isn't the only one he'll be taking in over the Labor Day holiday. He also intends to follow through on his plans to take in the opener in Ann Arbor.
"Yeah, I'm going (to Ann Arbor)," Johnson said when asked if he would be in attendance for Michigan's game against Vanderbilt. "I didn't get a chance to set any other visit up yet….official or unofficial. I plan on doing that soon. I'll do my best."
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