"It was great. I am still sore from it," said Nico Johnson. "I thought the camp was really great. The competition was there. There were a lot of great linebackers there from other parts of the country. It was a lot better competition than I thought it would be."
"I felt like I learned a few new things that are going to help me. I didn't think I did great. I started cramping up during warm-ups because I ran that morning."
Johnson expects to take some visits during the summer, but plans have not been scheduled.
"I haven't really thought about the summer yet," he said. "I know I am going to camp at Auburn and USC. I will probably go to one more, but I am not sure where yet.
The nation's No. 2 ranked middle linebacker has offers from several schools across the country, but he remains equal will all favorites.
"My favorites right now include Auburn, USC, LSU, Alabama, Texas A&M and Florida. I still don't have an overall favorite," Johnson said. "They are all equal. I will probably make my decision at the Army All-American game."