Johnson has new Pac-12 leader

Mossi Johnson has been talking to the UCLA coaching staff since the summer and he finally was offered by the Bruins.
That doesn't mean the Los Angeles Crenshaw athlete is going to make an immediate commitment, though.
Johnson said the Bruins are one of his favorites but that he wants to wait closer to National Signing Day in February to finalize things. He also would like to figure out which other programs will get involved.

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"I've been talking a lot to (UCLA) lately," Johnson said.
"They called me after I got out my film. I've been waiting for the offer for a long time so to get it was a big relief.
"It basically means I have potential to play anywhere now. That's a big program that offered me and I can play anywhere. I consider committing to UCLA but I'll probably wait until February for signing day."
Johnson, who shined this summer at the B2G Elite Camp as a wide receiver, said UCLA is recruiting him as an athlete.
The three-star prospect is also hearing from Arizona State and San Diego State but the only other offer at this time is from UNLV.
"I've mainly been talking to UCLA the most," Johnson said.
Johnson is rated as the No. 77 prospect in the California state rankings. He has been talking with UCLA wide receivers coach Eric Yarber. The Bruins are considered the favorite in his recruitment.