A look back at Robert Johnson's visit

Richmond (Va.) 2014 G Robert Johnson was in Bloomington until late Monday evening on his official visit. How did it go? Where does Indiana stand? Find out here.

Robert Johnson could have left campus on Sunday night. Even though he arrived in Bloomington late for his official visit, visits don't often go into Monday.

Johnson enjoyed the visit so much, however, he opted to stay in town until Monday evening.

Johnson, the No. 54 prospect in the 2014 class, played in an open gym session against current Indiana players for the second straight afternoon on Monday. Unlike Sunday, though, Isaiah Whitehead was at the workout session, too.

Johnson and Whitehead are Indiana's top two guard targets in the 2014 class, and a positive relationship between them is very important. The two players were on the same team at June's NBA Top 100 Camp in Virginia, so they have played together before.

Johnson and his family left the Indiana campus around 6 p.m. Monday, and both sides have indicated to AllHoosiers.com that the visit went well.

"It was really good," Johnson Sr. told AllHoosiers.com. "We're going to fly home tonight and take the next few days to talk and think about it before talking about any specifics regarding the visit."

Johnson is scheduled to have an in-home meeting with North Carolina coach in early September, and Williams will undoubtedly try to get Johnson on campus for an official visit. If that meeting happens, it may hurt Indiana's chances to land Johnson.

"They can't afford to let him get to that North Carolina visit because then you never know," Johnson's AAU coach, Boo Williams, told AllHoosiers.com. "They better not let him get there."

Johnson spent most of his official visit with Indiana freshmen Troy Williams, Noah Vonleh and Stanford Robinson. Williams is the nephew of Boo Williams, so Johnson and Troy have known each other for some time. Boo Williams told AllHoosiers.com earlier Monday that the visit was going "unbelievably well."

"Troy said they've been having a great time," Williams said. "He said Rob is really liking it."

Whitehead, the top-ranked shooting guard in the 2014 class, will remain on campus tonight as he closes out his unofficial visit. He was still touring the facilities and meeting with the staff Monday evening.

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