One of Georgia’s top college football prospects from the Class of 2010 has decided on a new school.
Tailback Storm Johnson will transfer to Central Florida, reported the Orlando Sentinel on Friday. Johnson originally signed with Miami and played one season with the Hurricanes after starring at Loganville and Buford high schools.
“Yes sir, Storm committed today and he will start classes on the 22nd,” Wesley Johnson, Storm’s father, told the Sentinel. “It actually feels quite good just to get the pressure off and be able to resume his college career. He starts off with a clean slate. Coach [George] O’Leary met with us today and coach felt good about [Storm], and Storm felt good about being there.”
Johnson committed to Central Florida after touring the campus. He will sit out next season due to NCAA transfer rules, and have three years of eligibility remaining. Johnson also visited South Florida before reaching his decision, according to the Orlando website.
You can read more about Storm’s transfer in this report by the Sentinel’s Chris Hays.
– By Michael Carvell, AJC Recruiting Blog Got a recruiting item? email@example.com
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