FSU commit sees bright future

FSU commit sees bright future

Michael Johnson is a standout defensive back prospect from Booker T. Washington High in Miami and Scout caught up with him to discuss the latest.

Michael Johnson is one of the best players on a loaded Booker T. Washington team that is set to begin a state playoff run this week.

Johnson, 5-foot-10 and 185 pounds, has 26 tackles and three interceptions in ten games this season. He also kicks off for the Tornadoes.

Johnson made an early commitment to Florida State and remains committed to the Noles. He talked about the season they're currently having.

"They're having a real good season," Johnson said. "I just can't wait until I get up there."

Johnson, who could end up playing either cornerback or safety in college, likes the direction of the program under head coach Jimbo Fisher.

"I feel like the next few years can go even better," he said.

Johnson also had offers from schools like Ole Miss, West Virginia, and Wisconsin and is still being actively recruited. He says he's not sure about any other official visits yet, and doesn't have any currently scheduled.

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