Princeton's Paris Johnson Jr, Standouts at All-American Bowl


Princeton's Paris Johnson Jr. widely recognized as the best offensive lineman in Ohio, garnered more honors this past week at the All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas. Johnson, a prized Ohio State signee, was also recognized as the Offensive Lineman of the Year in Ohio.

Paris was also recognized as the Anthony Munoz "Lineman of the Year" as well as the "Man of the Year" for his efforts off the gridiron.

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Johnson, who has put in more than 1,000 hours of community service and wants to work with under-served students, initiated the start of the Paris Johnson Jr. Foundation, a non-profit organization that "exists for the purpose of letting individuals know that their past does not define them."

"I love giving back to kids because I feel like my whole life, people have invested in me as far as helping me with my training, my education, always making sure I had other resources to always compete in the classroom and always compete on the field. I would like to do the same for other people," Johnson said. 

His winning of the Man of the Year award came less than 30 minutes after he was named the Anthony Muñoz Lineman of the Year.