Johnson said Washington 'definitely' moved up his list.
Fresno (Calif.) Central cornerback John Johnson has finally been able to hit the field. After sitting out several games due to transfer restrictions Johnson has had his impact.
Through his first three games of action, Johnson has two interceptions and numerous pass deflections. Unlike most teams, the option on the other side is equally as imposing in L.J. Moore.
This weekend the four-star corner visited Washington and was part of a group in for a big upset.
"The trip was excellent as advertised," Johnson said. "Since it was my first official visit, the bar is now set pretty high. I loved the atmosphere and it just seemed like a big family. Everyone was real close."
The nation's No. 244 ranked player said Washington "definitely" moved up his list. UCLA and Stanford are also competing heavily for the 5-foot-10, 175-pound seniors' services.
"Those are my top three right now. I was looking harder at UCLA and Stanford before but Washington definitely made up some ground. I'm also going to visit Oklahoma and check them out."
His teammate, safety Hatari Bryd is also committed to the Sooners. Johnson will visit Norman on Oct. 27. He's also planning on visiting UCLA on Nov. 17.