Collin Johnson Goes In Depth

WR Collin Johnson

Collin Johnson checks in from San Jose (CA) Valley Christian School. The 6-foot-4, 190-pound wide receiver has plenty of attention with two years of high school football remaining.

Collin Johnson is a wide receiver in the class of 2016. He went in depth about the recruiting process, offers and upcoming trips he would like to take.

"It's been great so far," Collin Johnson said. "Lately my Recruiting has just blown up and all my hard work is starting to pay off but that doesn't mean I could let up now. It only means I got to work harder to prove why I am such a big recruit. I mean the recruiting process could be stressful at times but I just want to enjoy it as long as I can since I'm so young and I don't want to get too caught up in recruiting yet. I just stay focused on getting better and improving my skills everyday."

Collin Johnson has an older brother in the class of 2015, running back Kirk Johnson. It has been a tremendous advantage for Collin to get a head start in the recruiting process.

"At first I tried to take my recruiting process slow but as Kirk is my brother whatever trips he went on I just tagged along," Johnson said. "I didn't really expect all this attention right away but still ended up getting offers. So far I've been to California, Texas and that's it and I got a couple upcoming trips scheduled for Arizona, Arizona State, USC and UCLA."

The added exposure has landed Johnson with four offers at this time with plenty more on the way.

"Right now I'm holding four offers," Johnson said. "I have Colorado State, California, Texas and lastly I have TCU. Those schools so far are showing me the most love alongside of USC and UCLA, which have yet to offer but I have planned trips to go check those schools out."

Johnson will make multiple trips in the spring but as far as knowing where is something that has yet to be determined.

"This is a tough question," Johnson said. There are so many schools my brother and I both want to go see in action at spring practice. We don't know if we could make all the practices that we would like to see in the nation so we are still going to have to talk this over with my dad and figure this out." Recommended Stories

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