6'9 Brian Johnson from Oak Hill Academy kept busy last week, hosting several of the nation's top collegiate coaches.
University of Louisville Head Coach made the trip to see Johnson last Wednesday and according to Oak Hill Academy Head Coach Steve Smith, the visit went well. Johnson will make an official visit to UofL next weekend (9/27).
This weekend, Johnson will officially visit Notre Dame. Following his trip to Louisville next week, Johnson visits Cincinnati (10/4), Georgia Tech (10/11) and will visit Arizona on October 17 for the Wildcats Midnight Madness.
"He wants to take visits and talk with the players," Smith said. "He wants to play right away in a program that can help him get to the next level."
Smith said the opportunity to play early and style of play will likely be the two most important factors in Johnson's decision.
"He's an intelligent kid and he'll ask quite a few questions of the players and coaches on his visits," Smith said.
Smith indicated that Johnson is a competitor and wants to win at the collegiate level and a Sebastian Telfair commitment to Louisville would only increase the Cards chances to land the talented 6'9 forward.
"It probably wouldn't hurt," Smith said of Telfair's impact on Johnson's decision. "He wants to play for a coach he respects and can win big at the next level."