"It has showed me how much different college ball is from high school," Johnson said of the camp experience. "It is a lot of hard work, and I was up there trying to learn some of it."
The opportunity to attend the camp at Arkansas gave Johnson the chance to see if he fits in with the Hogs.
"It is a great opportunity," Johnson admitted. "Like I said they teach me a lot of things I really did not know, and coming to the camp is going to help me with my season."
Johnson feels like he is a balanced player out on the field.
"I am a leader and I will lead the team with my feet or my arm and I will try to do whatever it takes to win," Johnson said calmly about his strengths. "I do not really pattern myself after anyone."
"We run a spread offense and we throw the ball around a lot. Running the spread helps me a lot. If I see one linebacker in the box then I know that I can make my move on him and get out."
"I am just taking whoever sends me letters and showing me interest, then I am showing them interest too."
Johnson seems to put the Hogs at the top of his list for now, but he is not ruling anyone else out at this point.
"Arkansas kind of sticks out. I am from Arkansas, so I would love to play here, but I would love to play for any big school."