Johnson content with decision

LOS ANGELES - One of the top receivers at the 4th Quarter Sports Elite 7on7 Tournament Sunday was Rahshead Johnson, who sported a Washington beanie throughout the event.
The four-star wide receiver from Long Beach (Calif.) Jordan wanted to make it clear he's happy with his commitment to the Huskies and at this point is not wavering on his decision.
The 5-foot-11, 175-pound prospect said he'll still consider other options especially since it's still so early but his recruitment has slowed down dramatically after he made his pledge to the Huskies.
"It's kind of slow because of the commitment to Washington," Johnson said. "People have fallen off because I am committed.
"I like Washington a lot. It is a good atmosphere and it's a good school for me so I'm sticking with it. You never know what's going to happen in another year though. I'm open to other colleges."
Washington State and San Jose State are new offers for Johnson, who also has an offer from Nebraska, but he said his playmaking ability and speed could be a nice addition to Washington's offense.
That's one main reason why Johnson has stuck with his commitment. He thinks he can fill a void in the Huskies' attack.
"I just like their offense," said Johnson, who plays for the Snoop All-Stars.
"Their offense fits me. They don't have too many fast receivers so I could come in and be one of those fast receivers."
Johnson's recruitment has picked up recently with the two new offers and he said Cal, UCLA and some other programs are also expressing interest.