"I came up today with my uncle and cousin," Chris Johnson said. "We got here around 2 p.m. I would say. It was just great to be in The Swamp again and see Urban Meyer."
To a man every recruit that was in attendance says it was one of the loudest games they have been to in person.
"Man, 90,000 people in that place made it so loud I couldn't here myself think or talk for most of the game it was just a great experience. I was watching the corners and safeties most of the night just trying to see how they were playing."
Johnson is very familiar with what the Gators have to offer and today only confirmed what he already knows.
"I know a bunch about Florida. I liked what I saw today. The defensive effort was great today and they stepped up and made big plays when they needed to. After the Florida turnover they didn't bend at all and that was big. I had a chance to meet up with Lerentee McCray and spent some time talking with Coach Loeffler."
Johnson is from Ocala (FL) Trinity Catholic and checks in at 5-10 and 185-pounds and is a very aggressive and physical player.
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