"It's still 100-percent," Johnson said. "I don't even have any interest in taking other visits. The only visit I'm gonna take is to Miami. I'm gonna be a Hurricane."
Johnson, 5-11 and 175 pounds, made the 5-hour drive to Miami for every home game except for Louisville this season. He talked about his experiences.
"Going down there was great," he said. "I got a chance to see everything up close. That's gonna be me out there someday. I'm real happy about it."
The talented cornerback prospect was a bit upset to see the Canes struggle through an 8-3 season.
"They kinda had a little letdown this year," he said. "Things could have been a whole let better for them. Sometimes the offense hurt them, sometimes it was the defense. They got a lot of good players coming back and hopefully we'll get things turned around next year so we can start getting back to playing Hurricane football."
Johnson met with UM coach Don Soldinger last week at his school.
"He was just checking in, seeing how everything is," he said. "They're trying to sign two (cornerbacks). I'm taking my visit on the 21st (of January)."
Johnson is a full academic qualifier.
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