New offers for FSU pledge

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Rivals250 to Watch presented by Under Armour prospect De'Andre Johnson from Jacksonville (Fla.) First Coast is on the verge of leading his team to a third round win in the Class 8A playoffs this weekend.
During the week Johnson learned he had new offers waiting for him when he checked in with a few schools. According to Johnson Notre Dame, Penn State, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Michigan State, Georgia, LSU, Missouri, and Tennessee all offered recently despite his early pledge to Florida State.
Will the new batch of reported offers give him something to think about in regards to FSU?
"I'm still solid to the 'Noles," replied Johnson. "Then again we still have options available. So that's something I plan on keeping open."
This fall, Johnson has been to almost every home game at Doak Campbell Stadium to see the Seminoles up close and so far he likes what he sees from the offense led by Jameis Winston.
Johnson did hit the road in October to visit Clemson when the Tigers fell to FSU. He said he was in attendance to watch both schools. Clemson was the first school to offer the 6-foot-2, 178-pound signal caller. The four-star prospect notes the Tigers haven't let up since he made his verbal announcement to FSU.
"Clemson is still recruiting me pretty hard," remarked Johnson. "Every time I go down there or talk to them they remind me, you know we were your first offer. Coach (Jeff) Scott always says don't treat us like your freshman year girlfriend. Don't forget about us. I like Coach Scott. We have a good relationship and they have a good group of coaches there."
He may plan to visit "The Swamp" for the FSU-Florida game if he doesn't have a playoff game that weekend.
"The Noles are doing great right now," stated Johnson. "I have a great communication with Coach (Jimbo) Fisher, Coach (Randy) Sanders, and Coach (Odell) Haggins. Jameis too. We talk all the time. Every time I go there they treat me like family."
Even with the surge of reported offers Johnson said he doesn't have a number two school. He is focusing on the playoffs and watching the Noles make a run at a national title.
This year he has thrown for 2,524 yards on 168-of-241 pass attempts and 27 touchdowns against five interceptions.
Kynon Codrington is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for You can click here to follow him on Twitter.