Rahshead Johnson is happily committed to Washington, but like many recruits he wants to take some visits this fall and has his sights set on a pair of Pac-12 schools.
"I'm pretty much talking to Washington, but I plan on taking a visit to both the Arizona schools," Johnson said. "I haven't scheduled anything , but that's what I plan on doing."
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The Long Beach (Calif.) Cabrillo standout has not finalized any dates, but he has plans to visit both Arizona and Arizona State and would consider other trips as well.
"I like Arizona's offense a lot," Johnson said. "That offense fits me. At Arizona State, I could see myself going to the NFL from there."
Johnson, a 5-foot-11, 175-pound four-star prospect who had numerous nice showings this off-season on the 7on7 circuit, has been committed to Washington since June 2012.
He has taken numerous trips to Washington and has friends on the team - that's why his commitment is still considered strong.
Other visits might happen, but Johnson said he likes a lot about the Huskies and has not considered backing off his pledge.
"It's been pretty good with them," Johnson said. "I like it up there. I just feel at home with them."
As for his official visit with Washington, Johnson plans to schedule something after his senior season. Rivals.com rates Johnson as the No. 138 prospect in the 2014 class.
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