SoCal DE Sets Official Visit To Boise

Centennial HS DE Jaylen Johnson (Corona, CA) picked up an offer from Boise State back during the spring & has started scheduling his official visits for the fall. The talented DE will visit The Blue in September & currently has Boise State on top. So, why are the Broncos his favorite right now? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about that & more.

Centennial HS DE Jaylen Johnson (Corona, CA) picked up an offer from Boise State back during the spring and has started scheduling his official visits for the fall. The talented DE will visit The Blue in September and currently has Boise State on top. So, why are the Broncos on top?

"I have scheduled two official visits," he said. "I'll go to Oregon on the 14th of September and Boise State on the 28th of September," he added.

"As far as recruiting, Boise State is definitely on top," he stated. "I've really built a good relationship with their coaches and being that first offer means a lot to me as well."

"I talk to the coaches at Boise State the most," said Johnson. "I talk to Coach K, Coach Bhonapha, Coach Avalos, and Coach Pete a lot. They're a great group of guys and easy to talk to."

Johnson also took an unofficial visit to Boise over the summer and says he enjoyed it a lot.

"It was a great visit," he said. "It went beyond my expectations. The city itself is something I really liked because I didn't know much about Boise. It was a place I could see myself for the next four or five years."

"I'd say the coaches and the atmosphere around the city are most important to me," said Johnson. "That's the main thing for me on these visits. It has to be a good fit for me."

He went on to say that he might not take all five official visits and would like to commit during his senior season.

"I want to take some officials, but I don't think I'll take all five," he said. "I'd like to commit during the middle of my season."

Johnson (6'3, 235, 4.6) and his teammates are currently in the middle of fall camp and the expectations for Centennial remain high coming off a 14-2 season last year.

"I think we can go all the way," he said. "We just have to play as a team, remain focused, and continue working hard," he added.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Jaylen Johnson.




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