Florissant (MO) Hazelwood Central offensive tackle Roderick Johnson is one of the highest rated uncommitted prospects in the entire country. The four-star prospect has a big decision awaiting him. Several of the nation's top programs have worked hard to get in the mix for Johnson but three have emerged.
"My top three schools in order right now are Florida State, Ohio State, and Alabama," he confirmed. "Those are the three schools I feel the best about right now."
Johnson has only taken one official visit so far and that was to Tallahassee to check out the Seminoles. Florida State remains his top school.
"I haven't set up any additional official visits yet but I have taken one to Florida State recently," Johnson said. "It's really nice down there. I had been there before so it reminded me of why I like them. It was a solid trip and I have a good relationship with everyone down in Tallahassee. I get along with the players there and I like Coach Trickett a lot. Coach Fisher wasn't there for my visit because he was at the Heisman Trophy ceremony with Jameis Winston so that was definitely understandable."
The plan was once to take official visits to all three of Florida State, Ohio State, and Alabama once his season had ended. Johnson may choose to alter that schedule.
"I'm not totally sure yet whether or not I am going to take another visit," he told Scout. "My family and I are discussing all of my options as of now."
The 6-foot-7, 320 pound senior has thought about one particular visit recently.
"The one visit being talked about among all of us is to see Ohio State since I haven't been up there before," Johnson mentioned. "It's something I have spoke to the Ohio State coaches about and something I've started to think about doing myself a little bit."
"It's a possibility but nothing is certain," he added. "My parents will support me in whatever decision I choose and I want to make sure I'm making the best one."
Possible Ohio State visit for four-star
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