"I think I'm all the way back," Johnson said. "The doctors try to tell me I'm only 90%, but I feel better than that. I told you before that I ran a 4.36, but a baby jumped in the way before I crossed the finish line. I ran it again and I ran a 4.26. I can't wait for the season to start so I can show it on the field. There's nothing left to prove right now."
Johnson previously pointed to the Michigan summer camp as one of the avenues for quenching his competitive thirst, but his attendance no longer appears to be in the cards.
"I'm probably not going to be able to make it," Johnson said. "We have a team camp during that time."
Johnson's absence could be a lucky occurrence for him because a certain future Michigan quarterback just might be looking to pay him back for a minor prank.
"I just talked to Ryan (Mallett) today," Johnson said. "He's
a little mad at me because I told him I committed to Michigan. I was just joking