Johnson Hits Junior Days
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Johnson Hits Junior Days

Kent (Wash.) Kentlake lineman Mason Johnson updated his recruiting process and talked spring schedule…

Kent (Wash.) Kentlake lineman Mason Johnson is keeping busy this spring with training and recruiting trips.

"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."


Jake Worthen is a West Recruiting Analyst for Scout.com.
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