Jamile Johnson committed to North Carolina towards the end of August. Before then the talented defensive back from Dallas (Texas) South Oak Cliff committed and decommitted from Oklahoma and was then favoring Nebraska and North Carolina when he committed.
Johnson committed to North Carolina site unseen and as part of his recruiting process will still take at least a trip to another school. Johnson confirmed that visit will be this coming weekend.
"Yes, I am still visiting Nebraska this weekend," Johnson said.
The three-star recruit is rated the No. 43 safety in the nation by Scout.com. Nebraska's recruiting class is currently rated No. 30 in the nation, but has the No. 10 rated groups of defensive backs in the nation.
Johnson and his team are off to an 0-3 start, but have played some of the top teams in the state -- and in the country -- like Cedar Hill and DeSoto. South Oak Cliff has been close, scored points offensively and will start district play in two weeks.