Rio Johnson is through with the recruitment process but that doesn't mean he has any plans of stopping the displaying of his skills.
This past weekend the Sandy Creek High quarterback competed in the Under Armour/Scout.com Combine at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta and the future Eastern Carolina signal caller turned some heads.
"I thought that I did well," Johnson told GAVSV.com. "I thought my accuracy was the best thing out there."
While in attendance Johnson had the chance to get to know and compete against another top-flight Peach State quarterback in Zach Mettenberger.
"Zach and I were trying to go at it in the accuracy competition," Johnson said. "That was fun competing against a player like him."
Johnson, who said that he hopes to get bigger, stronger and faster by the time he is scheduled to head off to college, said that despite the fact that he is continuing to gain notice his commitment to ECU is final.
"I am 100-percent solid to them," Johnson said. "They made me feel very comfortable there. The coaches there told me how it is and they were very upfront with me about everything."
Johnson Satisfied With Combine Performance
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