Johnson to visit three

Not much has changed here. Hammond (La.) offensive line prospect Rishaw Johnson is still committed to Ole Miss, but still taking a long look at two other primary options.
This weekend, Johnson will get an up-close look at two of those options on an unofficial visit.
The 6-foot-4, 325-pound Ole Miss commit will be in Baton Rouge, La., this weekend to see LSU play host to the Rebels. While watching the game, Johnson will get a look at two-thirds of his finalists.
"I'm still committed to Ole Miss," Johnson said. "Right now, it's Ole Miss, LSU and Florida State that I am considering."
Johnson has official visit to Oxford and Tallahassee scheduled. He will take his Ole Miss visit on the weekend of Dec. 1 and Florida State on the weekend of Dec. 8.
Johnson committed to the Rebels in June.
"I liked everything about Ole Miss," he said. "I went there in the summer for a camp. I like the coaches. Me and coach Frank Wilson are cool and we talk a lot. Me and coach Ed Orgeron, we talked a lot, too."
Johnson also has a lot of respect for Rebels offensive line coach Art Kehoe.
"I like him a lot, too," he said.
He has been to Oxford once this year unofficially for a game.
"I went to the Georgia game," he said. "I got the chance to go up and watch them against UGA."
A summer camp experience in Tallahassee, Fla., similar to the one at Ole Miss allowed the Seminoles to move into the picture for Johnson.
"I went to Florida State for a camp in the summer, too," he said. "I liked everything about them. The history, the coaches, coach Bobby Bowden. Everything was real good about them. There is a lot to like about them."
Growing up, LSU was Johnson's team of choice.
"I grew up liking LSU," he said. "I've been liking LSU ever since I knew what football was. I went to a couple of games as a kid."
Though he doesn't have an official visit scheduled to LSU, he plans to schedule one in the near future. His final decision likely will be made sometime after that date.
"After I get back from my LSU official visit, I will know," he said. "But I don't know when I am making that trip, yet."
Johnson is the nation's No. 19 offensive guard prospect and is a high (5.7) three-star rated prospect.