Johnson clarifies commitment status

Pompano Beach (Fla.) Blanche Ely wide receiver Avery Johnson committed to the LSU Tigers back in September of 2010. Since that time, rumors have regularly circulated that he will not stick to that commitment. Wednesday brought about another day of question marks surrounding his pledge to Les Miles's Bayou Bengals.
"I have not decommitted," Johnson said. "Not at this point. My recruiting is back open. I am wide open to every school. Things may change but I am still committed to LSU."
The 6-foot-2, 180-pound wideout shed light on a few of the schools that are working to change his mind and sway him away from Baton Rouge.

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"Oklahoma State, they are right there, also Florida State, the Florida Gators, UCF Knights, and that is about it," Johnson said.
Johnson is hoping to hit the road in the near future and see a pair of in-state institutions.
"I haven't taken any trips yet," Johnson said. "I have some coming up pretty soon. I plan to go to Florida State and UCF right now."
The Rivals100 prospect once again clarified his commitment and what the future holds for his recruitment.
"I am still strong with my commitment but I plan on making my final decision at the 2012 Under Armour All-America Game," Johnson said.
The South Florida prospect said that he hopes to be an early enrollee at the school of his choice.