A quick and athletic defender, Evandale Johnson is a talented rush-end at Coffee County High.
The 6-2, 200-pounder recently spoke with GAVSV.com and explained just how much he is looking forward to his senior season.
"I have been preparing for my last year this summer," he said. "I have been jogging and working out. I am trying to become more a leader on defense. I think we are going to be good."
While Johnson continues to prepare for the culmination of his prep career, he hasn't been paying too much attention to the recruiting world but does know that a few schools have showed interest.
In a previous interview, he mentioned that programs such as North Carolina, Wake Forest and Mercer have showed interest.
"They are still talking to me a bit," Johnson said. "Mercer just sent me some more mail. I also had a coach from Western Michigan that came to school way back in January. He told me that he was looking forward to seeing me play my senior year and then they would talk to me more."
This summer, Johnson was prepared to attend the Down 'N Dirty lineman camp before it was cancelled.
For now, he doesn't have any plans to visit any schools and is looking forward to showing potential recruiters what he can do on the gridiron in the coming months.
"I am excited to show what I can do," Johnson said.
Coffee County DE Looking Forward to Sr. Year
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