Randy Johnson was one of the most exciting running backs to watch all week at The Opening and his recruitment could take some interesting twists and turns as well since the Miami commit said he's thinking about take some other visits.
The four-star prospect from Miami Norland said West Virginia and Louisville could be two destinations for official visits and his family will choose the three others - he doesn't envision a trip to Miami - but nothing has been determined yet.
"I know two that I'm taking and then I'm going to decide on the other three," Johnson said. "I'm going to see West Virginia and Louisville. My family is going to decide the other three.
"If a team wants me to visit I'll go but me just eager to go to a college, I don't think so. I don't know about definitely taking visits, it will all depend on how I feel."
Johnson, a 5-foot-9, 170-pound prospect who's rated No. 13 at running back and No. 145 in the 2012 class by Rivals.com, is still firm in his commitment to Miami and he makes regular trips to go talk with first-year coach Al Golden.
For most of the week at The Opening, he and the other Hurricanes commits wore Miami eye-black and Johnson said he is recruiting for his future team. Things between Miami and Johnson look good even though he is considering other trips.
"I'm just representing my college and where I'm going to spend four years," Johnson said of his eye-black. "I'm recruiting but I'm just showing off my school to the fullest."
His relationship with Golden is solid.
"As of now, there's nothing bad," Johnson said. "He's a great coach and a great friend. I go out to UM and chill with him, talk and it's not just about football.
"It's more about how I've been, how my mom has been and things of that sort. It's not always football with him but everybody says the coach changes when you get there so we'll see when I get there."