"The visit went great," Johnson said. "I had time to hang out with coaches, with Coach (Mark) Richt, and play a little basketball."
Not only did Johnson play basketball in his off time, but he watched Georgia's men's basketball team earn a 66-61 victory over visiting Arkansas in overtime. Johnson was also present as the Gym Dogs knocked off LSU to earn their first win of the season at Stegeman Coliseum.
Johnson had a chance to see deeper into Georgia and its culture; at least on the sports side.
At the end of the visit, Johnson's decision had been made. He just needed to tell a few more people.
"I committed," Johnson said. "It was going toward the end of the visit, but I didn't make things official until I got home and talked to my parents."
During his visit Johnson got a chance to speak with Georgia's new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt, and liked what he heard.
"I talked to him on the visit," Johnson said. "He's a great guy. He expects a lot out of us this year."
In particular, there's a lot expected out of Johnson. He hopes to make an immediate impact on Georgia's special teams unit as well as its offense.
"I've got a good chance of starting kickoff return and punt return, and then being in the rotation at receiver," Johnson said.
Johnson wants to play as soon as possible.
"I'm very excited," Johnson said. "I'm just excited to strap up and show the world what I can do and what I'm made of."