"Things have been going great with me on recruiting," said Johnson. "I now have offers from Boston College, Maryland, NC State, Michigan State, UCONN, Virginia, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Stanford, Louisville, Minnesota, and West Virginia."
"Definitely NC State, Virginia, UCONN, and Maryland stick out," said Johnson. "That would be my top four. I've visited them, and they all have great environments and great facilties.
"There was just a great overall atmosphere around the campuses and everything."
Johnson plans on definitely visiting two more schools.
"As of right now I have trip planned out to Stanford in mid-August and possibly Syracuse."
What are his thoughts on each of his top four schools?
Virginia: "Great academics... it's one of the top public schools in the country. There is also great history there. That's a plus."
UCONN: "UCONN has a great program that is on the rise in the Big East. They have a good head coach. I really like coach Edsall."
Maryland: "That's a good program in the ACC. Coach Friedgen and the entire coaching staff is great, and I've done some research on them... they have a strong Business program."
NC State: "NC State has a great environment and atmosphere. The coaching staff is really big there with coach O'Brien, coach Reed, and coach Archer. That's definitely a program on the rise in the ACC. They also have a great facilities."
While Johnson says he doesn't have a leader, two programs may hold a slight edge.
"If I had to go with a top two it would be NC State and Maryland," said Johnson. "It's just the fact that I could see myself at either one of them for the next four or five years. They both have great coaching staffs and good players. Also, the ACC is a great conference so that's a good thing."
Although he's rated the No. 38 receiver in the country by Scout.com, Johnson says all of the schools are recruiting him to play free safety. The three-star prospect carries a 3.8 GPA in the classroom and indicated academics will play a role in his decision... a decision that could come prior to the start of his senior year.
"I'm not sure yet when I will commit," said Johnson. "I was actually thinking of committing sometime at the end of the summer before my season started. We'll see how things go until then."