Either Johnny Johnson really has no idea about where his recruitment is headed or the four-star cornerback doesn't want to say anything yet.
At the Oakland NIKE Camp this past weekend at Contra Costa College, Johnson was giving no hints on favorites, where he would take official visits or really much else.
The physical 5-foot-10, 175-pound prospect from Fresno (Calif.) Central East did say Arizona and Arizona State have offered but that he's taking his time, not rushing anything about his recruitment and probably won't have a decision until much later in the process.
"I don't have a top five," Johnson said. "I'm taking it slow. I want to say right before my senior year starts is when I'll narrow it down."
Early in his recruitment, Johnson said Oregon and USC were favorites but since that time he has backed off naming frontrunners.
Johnson, one of the top cornerbacks at the NIKE Camp, did say he wants to take his official visits before making a decision but had no destinations yet.
"Any school for sure?" Johnson asked. "Not any yet."
Johnson, rated as the No. 15 cornerback and No. 173 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, recently said he wants to visit Cal, Stanford, UCLA and USC and that the Bruins and Trojans are recruiting him the hardest.
The four-star told Rivals.com every Pac-12 school except Oregon has offered and Johnson also has Oklahoma, Notre Dame, Houston and others on his list.
Big-time offers are coming in and one NIKE camp coach is not surprised since he said Johnson is one of the best corners he's seen on the circuit this year - even though the Fresno Central East star sat out the one-on-one drills with a shoulder issue.
"It was extra hard," Johnson said. "It's all right though. I'll be fine."