Tyreke Johnson has plenty of suitors lining up. The five-star cornerback has some of the best programs in the country in hot pursuit, and this summer he is trying to visit a few of them starting on Thursday. Johnson, along with his Pro Impact 7-on-7 team, will check out a couple of schools in the east, including: Ohio State, Notre Dame, Georgia, Georgia Tech, a few of the North Carolina schools and Virginia Tech.
On Wednesday, however, Johnson took in Florida's satellite camp at his high school, Trinity Christian Academy. The Gators brought their whole staff to Jacksonville, and it is something that Johnson noticed.
"It shows they are interested in me and Shaun Wade," he said. "Florida is definitely one of he top."
Johnson adds, "if I stay home, it is the perfect home. They are fast and young, they play with a lot of swagger just like me."
According to the playmaker from Jacksonville, UCLA and Georgia are the two schools recruiting him the hardest. Johnson discusses those two schools, Florida, Michigan (who also held a camp at his high school) and more in the video above.