#7 Cam Johnson

WR

Class Junior
Height 6'0"
Weight 198
Hometown Brentwood, Tenn.
High School Brentwood Academy

Student-Athlete Features
VUCommodores.com — Anchoring Down
VUCommodores.com – Cam Focused for 2020 … and Beyond
VUCommodores.com — Johnson Emerging for Vandy Offense
The Hustler — Lights, Cam, Action

As a Junior (2020)
• Career-long 40-yard reception in home opener against No. 20/17 LSU
• Reeled in his first touchdown grab of 2020 against South Carolina with a 22-yard reception
• Career-high 14 catches for 97 yards against Ole Miss
• Personal-best 114 receiving yards on 10 catches at Mississippi State
• Four receptions at Kentucky, including one touchdown grab
• Hauled in seven catches for 93 yards against No. 6/5 Florida

As a Redshirt Freshman (2019)
• Played in all 12 games
• Started in final nine games at wide receiver
• Team leader among wide receivers with three touchdowns
• 30 receptions, 316 receiving yards on the season
• Averaged 10.5 yards per reception
• Career-high six receptions and 64 yards vs. Northern Illinois
• Winning 21-yard touchdown catch vs. No. 21 Missouri
• Four catches, 35 yards at Tennessee
• Added 26-yard score at Florida
• Contributed 54 yards including 28-yard reception vs. LSU

As a Freshman (2018)
• Four games played
• One of 12 true freshmen to see action
• Four receptions, 45 receiving yards before suffering season-ending injury
• Two catches, 26 yards in win over Nevada

The Johnson File
• Prepped at Brentwood Academy (Tenn.)
• Consensus four-star prospect
• ESPN Top 300 prospect
• Varsity letters in football, basketball and track
• 13 state titles (team and individual)
• Led football team to three straight state Division II crowns
• Led football team to 12-0 record as senior
• 48 catches, 803 yards, nine touchdown catches, two punt returns for touchdowns as senior
• Four-time all-state
• Four-time all-region
• Led school capture four consecutive basketball and track state titles
• Born in Henderson, Ky.
• Full name is Camron Blais Johnson
• Son of Ashley Fox and DJ Johnson
• Two younger sisters, De’Asia and De’Ja
• Majoring in human and organizational development

Career Highs:
Receptions:
6, vs. Northern Illinois, 9/28/2019
Receiving Yards: 64, vs. Northern Illinois, 9/28/2019
Longest Reception: 28 yards, vs. LSU,9/21/2019