Tannor Oswego Johnson has played ultimate at every level possible. In high school, his scoobers dominated the Massachusetts youth ultimate landscape as he developed his big play abilities in the MLU. Tannor came to UMass as one of the top prospects in the country and played a key role as a freshman in the team’s dominant 2016 regular season campaign. This momentum carried into the summer where he set the MLU record for most points in a game at 19 years old. His energy carried into sophomore year when he won a club national championship with Slow White, and he was again a key asset to our team’s O-line who helped bring the team to the national semifinals. Tannor was named Offensive Player of the Year in 2018, his junior year, as UMass once again made its way to nationals on the back of his four consecutive deep cuts against Tufts in the game-to-go. Back-to-back WU24 world championships in both the mixed and men’s divisions round out his very successful career.
2020 marks his AUDL debut with the up and coming Boston Glory. It seems that wherever he goes, winning follows. You can find him on the pitch nut court coaching NUTC as he looks to impart his wisdom on the youth of the next generation. Tannor would like to thank the support of his loving girlfriend Caitlin, his mother, father and family, and of course, Hamp’s famous omelet lady, Joanne.View Nominee Video