Posted: 7:05 pm Sunday, April 6th, 2014
By Michael Carvell
FSU’s QB of the future, De’Andre Johnson of Jackonsville, was in Atlanta this weekend to compete in the first annual Golden Arm Challenge.
Johnson has been committed to Florida State for nearly two years. In the video, he talks about the status of his FSU pledge, which other colleges are still recruiting him, if he’s taking a serious look at those other schools, the pressures of playing QB at FSU with Jameis Winston’s success, what he feels like he does differently that Winston at QB, and his expectations once he enrolls in school with the Seminoles.
The 6-foot, 175-pound Johnson is ranked as a 3-star and the nation’s No. 12 overall dual-threat quarterback.
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