"If I had to sign right now…"

With one visit to go, Arp WR Sedrick Johnson seems to be close to making his final decision. He just returned from an official visit to Iowa State. So what does the Texas A&M commit think about the Cyclone program? Scout.com brings you the update of Johnson's recruitment.

When it comes to recruiting receiver Sedrick Johnson from Arp High in Texas has plenty of college options. And right now he is busy hitting the road to check out the schools that are interested in him.

The Texas A&M commit took a trip recently to Iowa State and had this to report.

"It was fine and I enjoyed myself," the 6-foot-4, 195-pound Johnson said. "I liked the players and the coaches. It seems like they are a program that will be pretty good next year."

Johnson talked about the meeting with coach Gene Chizik.

"It seems like since coach (Gene) Chizik got there, it is real serious about football," Johnson said. "He is a good coach and he seems he makes the players work very hard."

But despite all of the visits Johnson may go to, it seems like one always stands out amongst the rest. At the moment, Johnson is a solid commitment with the Aggies.

And now that he has checked out the scenes at Iowa State, TCU, and LSU he saves the College Station trip for last. According to Johnson, Texas A&M gas the upper hand.

"I'm taking all of these visits to see what coaching staff I like the most," Johnson explained. "I'll go to A&M this week to see coach Mike Sherman and his staff. With A&M, you know, they are still in the driver's seat."

Not only are the Aggies in the driver's seat, but also in the seat in his home as Scout.com called Johnson right as one of the Texas A&M coaches were leaving.

"Coach (Randy) Jordan just left my house," Johnson informed. "That visit went well and I like coach Jordan a lot. If all of the coaches at A&M are like Jordan, that is where I want to go. So if I had to sign right now, I would be at A&M hands down."

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