USF commit went to SEC camp

Tshumbi Johnson is a talented two-way player from Immokalee High and Scout caught up with him to discuss the latest.

Tshumbi Johnson made a February commitment to the USF Bulls and remains pledged to them.

"They're close to home and it's a good program and they want me as a receiver," Johnson said.

Despite the commitment, Johnson decided to attend an SEC camp in recent weeks to see a school that had offered him back in the spring.

"I went to Ole Miss's camp two weeks ago and it was a great experience," he said. "I'm being recruited as a DB by them. I played cornerback at the camp and was named the MVP."

Johnson has some interest in the Rebels and talked about it.

"They're a very good team and I could fit perfect for them but I'm following my dreams as a quarterback."

So which schools are giving Johnson, a prep quarterback at Immokalee, to remain a signal-caller in college?

"I've been given that opportunity by Cincinnati, App State, FAU, FIU, and maybe Georgia Southern."

So what will happen down the road in terms of his recruitment?

"I'll take some visits during December and January," he said.

For now, however, he is solid with the Bulls.

"I like the enviroment, the players and the offense," he said. "I also had a cousin who played for them."

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