"I was there in Lincoln last week," Johnson said. "It was last Wednesday, I think -- Nebraska had a spring practice that day. Seeing a college practice was like nothing I'd seen before. High school is nothing like college."
Johnson said that while he was in Lincoln that day that one of the big things for him was just talk to people. He was also able to go to the position meetings, but he says he wasn't able to understand a lot from it.
"I talked to a lot of people that day. I got a chance to sit in on the wide receivers meeting before practice and it was really confusing. It was fin listening to them talk."
C.J. is a legacy, the son of former Husker Clester Johnson, and says that it's never really crossed his mind to go to another school. He and his father had a long talk with the Nebraska staff last week.
"I've never really pictured myself going anywhere with with my father going there," Johnson said. "My dad asked them what they look for in a receiver and they said I might have some of the best hands of any of the receivers on their board.
"When my dad was in high school he had to wait to get the Nebraska offer. He says that he thinks that he had to wait until it was around Halloween before he picked up his offer from the Huskers."