Kendrick Johnson Profile
Kendrick Johnson had hoped to be taking classes and working out with his future teammates by now, instead paperwork issues have led him to a decision to wait until summer to enroll at Clemson.
"I am not going to start early now. My school had trouble getting all of the paperwork put together. I would not have gone up until Monday as we discussed last week. I just decided it was better to wait and start this summer," Johnson told CUTigers.com.
Who decided it was best to wait until this summer to enroll? "It was my decision," he said.
The Florida standout had not signed with the Tigers as of yet. Will he sign with Clemson on National Signing Day? "That is the plan. I'm firm with Clemson," he responded.
Having graduated already from high school, Johnson will now take the next few months off. "I am just going to workout and try to get in the best shape that I can," he added.
Without Johnson on campus, the Tigers have three prospects that have enrolled this January instead of four: WR Jacoby Ford, WR Jeff Ogren and S/LB Chris Russell.
Johnson will Enroll in July
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