Victor Johnson, the 6-foot-1, 175-pound three-star safety from Waco, Texas, has narrowed down his list even further and says now - it's all about Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.
Johnson, Scout.com's No. 25 safety, is scheduled to visit Miami on Feb. 2. "I don't think I'm going to take that trip," Johnson said. "I think I'm pretty set with Oklahoma and Oklahoma State."
He visited the Sooners on Jan. 18 and was hosted by sophomore defensive back Quinton Carter. "It was a five-star trip," he said. "I loved everything about it. Really everything stood out and I can't say just one thing.
"I love the campus and they have great facilities too," he said. "The weight room is great and everything is the best quality. They have it all."
Johnson says he also enjoyed his time getting to know the players better. "It was a lot of fun getting to hang out with all the players," he said. "They feel they are going to have a great season next year and I like how they are always going to a BCS bowl."
He visited Oklahoma State on Nov. 30. "Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are both great," he said. "The main difference is that Oklahoma has such great tradition and they play in top bowls every year. Oklahoma State is still up-and-coming and I might have a better chance to play early there. They said they need help at safety, so I like my chances. But Oklahoma is graduating a few guys too, so I'd probably be able to play early there too.
"It's going to be very hard to choose between them."
Johnson said he expects to make his decision on signing day.
He reports a 3.7 core GPA and a 720 SAT, which he is retaking on Jan. 26.