For some, camps spark recruiting interest 

March, 29, 2013
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ZACHARY, La. -- It wasn't like folks in the recruiting world had no idea who Joshua Johnson, a class of 2014 quarterback from New Orleans Warren Easton, was when he walked into the NUC Five Star Challenge at Zachary High in the Baton Rouge suburbs last weekend.

After all, the Five Star was invitation-only. He had done well enough with his performance and in previous camps to get invited down. Heading into last Sunday, it was the only invitation he had received that mattered.

"Nobody's calling yet," he said when asked if he's getting recruiting interest. "But on my NSCA (a recruiting service) page, I've had two colleges look at my profile so far. I've emailed a ton of coaches, but so far, I haven't heard back."

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