Pahokee receiver talks T-town camp
"The visit to Alabama was real cool," said DeJoshua Johnson. "I worked out at the camp every day. I thought I did well. I won the MVP out there. I won the best receiver award, and I made the All-Saban team. I felt real good about it. I had fun."
"Coach Saban was telling me they could really use me. He told me I would be a perfect fit in their offense. He said they don't have anyone like me on their roster. He said I would help take a lot of pressure off Julio. He told me I would fit well in their scheme."
"I like coach Saban. I think all the coaches are cool. I like coach [Bobby] Williams and coach [Curt] Cignetti a lot as well. They are all really cool guys."
Johnson traveled to Alabama for the Tide's annual spring game in April. This trip was more coach-player oriented.
"I had already seen all the facilities before," Johnson said. "This time I wanted to just chill and work out at the camp. That was about it. Overall, I thought everything went really well. I had a good time at the camp."
The Tide ranks among Johnson's favorites which also includes Florida State and Miami.
"Alabama is still in my top three," he stated. "I like a lot of things about Alabama. I like the coaching staff and the players. I have a good vibe with players like Julio, B.J. Scott, Star Jackson and Trent Richardson. I wanted to touch base with those guys. I felt a real good vibe from them."
Johnson will travel to Miami Sunday to compete in their camp Monday. He plans a visit to Florida State in the near future as well.
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