Storm Johnson is off to a big start to the 2009 football season. Johnson, from Loganville High School in Georgia, rushed for 226 yards (25 carries) and four touchdowns in a win over Salem. The first week Loganville lost to Clarke Central. In that game he rushed for 125 yards (25 carries).
"It's been good," Johnson said. "I am ready to go and ready for a big year."
Recently, Johnson named Florida State as his leader. Do the Seminoles still hold the edge?
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"I have no leader. Rather it's more of a group of teams. I want to take my visit there (FSU) and to the others schools.
"I will visit Kentucky this weekend. I think their offense fits my style.
"I would like to visit Penn State, Michigan State and FSU in the near future. I am talking with Oregon a little bit and of course I will see if there are any new teams that pop up."
Johnson, 6-1 and 217 pounds, is a four-star running back prospect. He's a member of the Rivals250.