Aldarius Johnson (6-3, 205, 4.45) pulled down 73 passes for 1,365 yards and 19 touchdowns
for Northwestern last season which were some of the best numbers posted by any
wide out in the
think I'm a good receiver because I run good routes and make good, quick brakes
on my routes," said Johnson. "I'm looking for a school with a good community, a
solid program and a system that I can fit into well. I don't really have a
problem with leaving
far, the 4-star wide out has received seven offers from
now my top five teams are
Johnson said that LSU coaches came to visit him during his spring game and that wide receivers coach D.J. McCarthy is recruiting him for the Tigers.
"Coach Mac has been staying in touch with me as much as he can and he seems like a cool guy," Johnson said. "He tells me how they use their receivers and based on what I've seen from them over the years I like them because they spread the ball around a lot and give all of their receivers a chance to get involved in the offense."
Johnson said that growing up he was a Hurricanes fan for a couple of reasons. One was because they were the hometown team but outside of that he sees a lot of those same qualities in LSU.
This summer, Johnson said he has plans to attend camps at
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