DB Jadar Johnson Profile
Clemson offered the three-star prospect last month.
"I called coach [Marion] Hobby first then he gave me coach [Dabo] Swinney's number and I talked to him and told him that I was committing to Clemson."
It was a commitment the Tigers' staff was happy to accept.
"They were real excited. Coach Swinney said they're going to throw a party tomorrow morning in the coaches office," Johnson said.
As a junior, he had 50 tackles, four interceptions, including one for a touchdown, and 10 pass breakups. On offense, he caught 60 passes and scored nine touchdowns.
"I want all Clemson fans to know that they're getting a player who's going to be committed to the success of the Tigers," Johnson said. "I'm all in."
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound prospect also had offers from North Carolina and N.C. State.
Defensive end Isaac McDonald pledged his commitment to Clemson earlier Wednesday.
Johnson is ranked as the No. 28 safety in the country by Scout.com.
Johnson to Clemson
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