WSSU’s Will Johnson(High Point Central HS) named CIAA Special Teams Player of the Year:Congrats to ‘Little Will’

*****Have known ‘Little Will’ since he was about 5 years old and great to see him claim this CIAA honor and it is a tribute to his dad Greg, who died of Cancer four years ago and his dad would have been very proud of Will, if he were still here today, to watch him play…I heard from Will’s sister Taylor a few weeks back and she was raising funds for a “Light the Night” cancer awareness event in Birmingham, Alabama…Good job by both Will and Taylor and great memories of their dad and if you CLICK HERE you will see Will’s photo and it is almost surreal how much ‘Little Will’ looks like his dad Greg….Check it all out and more on the kicker/punter Will Johnson, when you read on below….*****

Will Johnson, Winston-Salem State University senior punter/kicker, has been named Special Teams Player of the Year.

Johnson scored 68 points for the Rams this season, completing 11-20 (55%) field goal and 35-37 (95%) extra point attempts. He stood back to punt 43 times for 1,638 yards, holding the opposing returner within the 20-yard marker 9 times. Johnson and the Rams have secured the Southern Division Title and will compete in the 2016 CIAA Football Championship.

On Saturday, November 12 the Rams of Winston-Salem State will take on the Bulldogs of Bowie State for the 2016 CIAA Football Championship title. The contest, a repeat of last year’s championship between the Rams and Bulldogs, will kick off at 2:00 p.m. at Salem Stadium in Salem, Virginia. Tickets are now available through Ticketmaster. The game will broadcast live via the ASPiRE TV Network.