Washington (D.C.) Dunbar outside linebacker Javarie Johnson has come to a decision.
The 6-4, 205-pound Rivals250 prospect reported 17 total scholarship offers earlier this month and had a top four of Miami, Michigan, Maryland and Michigan State. This week he settled on one school.
"I feel like I have already come to my decision [and] it's Miami," Johnson reported. "I told my coaches this week and they said I couldn't go wrong with any of my choices, so they were fine with it."
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Johnson has not yet made the commitment official with the Miami coaches, but he does not plan to wait much longer to let them know.
"I'm going to do it soon – sometime this week," Johnson said.
The Hurricanes immediately jumped into Johnson's top group when they offered the four-star prospect at their summer camp last week. Johnson was not originally planning to work out at the camp, but eventually decided in favor of doing so and secured the offer. That visit also gave him the opportunity to check out the rest of what Miami had to offer.
"I visited there on the 15th and the campus really stood out," Johnson said. "I like the environment, that's my dream school and that's where I feel comfortable at."
Besides Miami, Johnson made unofficial visits to Michigan, Michigan State, Boston College, UConn, Maryland and Pitt in the last several months.
Johnson said Wednesday he is confident of his decision and he does not plan to take additional official visits to any other schools.