"It was my first visit to Alabama," the sophomore said. "I talked with Coach (Burton) Burns. He really likes what I'm doing and told me to keep working on my craft. He said I could possibly earn a starting job as a freshman."
Johnson enjoyed watching what he described as a "fast-paced practice."
The 6-2, 190-pounder is up to three offers after Clemson pulled the trigger.
"They saw my highlight tape and were interested, so they called my coach and told him they were offering. I know Clemson is a good school with a great offense. They beat LSU last year in the bowl game. I like them."
Johnson is wide-open.
"My coach told me he talked to Mississippi State. They've been trying to get in touch with me. I've been in contact with A&M since my freshman year when they reached out to me while recruiting Edward Williams."
Johnson says his family members are LSU fans.
He remains undecided about summer camp destinations, adding that it's going to be "difficult" to eventually choose one school.