"It is going good, I am doing speed training a lot," said Johnson. "I am just trying to get ready for next season."
"I get a lot of letters from Arizona State," said Johnson. "I went to the Washington State junior day this past weekend and the Washington junior day two weekends ago. I plan on going to the Nike Camp in Eugene on June 9th."
Johnson broke down his trips to the in-state programs.
"Washington… There are getting the new stadium and facilities which is nice," said Johnson. "The dorms are like a year old and look like condos. I really liked how the defensive line coach thought. He said the reason he came here was to win a national title and that is what I want."
"Washington State… I noticed that it is really tight, a family feeling," said Johnson. "I liked the defensive line coach too, he showed us videos of the drills they do and they were all things I need to work on. It was cool, got to ask players questions and their perspective. I like the small town, I am not a big city guy."
So where do things stand with the Huskies and Cougars?
"At Washington, I think it is going to come down to their camp. They want me to come and get a day from me there," said Johnson. "Washington State didn't talk about camp as much, if they have a camp I'll probably go. It will be more about my senior year."
Johnson is a force on both sides of ball and is open to playing anywhere.
"I honestly don't know which schools want me for offensive and defensive line," said Johnson. "I figure that I am not 6'5", so defensive line might be a better fit. I am going to try and play center more this year, so we'll see how that works out."