Monday, Johnson made another commitment, with this choice focusing on his future school. One of the state's best wide receivers, the four-star talent elected to stay home for his college career, giving his commitment to Texas.
The 6-foot, 175-pound Johnson missed most of his junior season with a knee injury, but was able to work through it to hit the field late in the year. When healthy, he's displayed game-breaking ability and speed. In limited action in 2010, he grabbed 20 catches for 360 yards and two touchdowns.
Johnson picked Texas over offers from Arizona, Auburn, Baylor, California, Iowa, Miami, Purdue, Texas A&M, TCU, UCLA and USC, among others. Johnson makes the seventh commitment in Texas's 2012 class, and the first wide receiver commitment of the group.