Johnny Johnson had two favorites prior to this past weekend but after his visit to Washington a third school has now gotten seriously involved in his recruitment.
The Fresno (Calif.) Central East four-star cornerback said the Huskies really impressed him during the trip and they're now considered one of his top three along with Stanford and UCLA.
"It was a very good trip," Johnson said. "They really took care of me and it was a great experience for me."
Johnson, rated as the No. 19 cornerback and No. 204 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, picked a great weekend to visit Washington since it upset Stanford on Thursday night.
The four-star spent a lot of time with USC commit Chris Hawkins, UCLA pledge Jermaine Kelly and others and said he had a great time. Seeing the big upset was also something he'll remember moving forward.
"It was a big thing," Johnson said. "It was a huge upset.
"The atmosphere was crazy. They have unbelievable fans and to be out there felt really good. They're in my top three schools."
As for other official visits, Johnson is planning to see Arizona State but he's unsure when he'll get to Tempe.
A trip to Oklahoma in late October is also being strongly considered and that's when Fresno Central East teammates L.J. Moore and Hatari Byrd, a Sooners' commit, are expected in town as well.
In total, Johnson lists offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado State, Houston, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Stanford, UCLA, USC and Utah.
He shined at the Oakland NIKE Camp this spring.