Mossi Johnson was one of the surprise prospects at the B2G Elite Camp this summer and now some more programs are getting involved in his recruitment.
The Los Angeles Crenshaw prospect already has an offer from UNLV and Arizona State and San Diego State have shown increased attention in recent weeks and Johnson is excited to hear more.
"(Arizona State) wants me to play for them, they want me to play receiver, and I also asked them if I can play some safety and they said if they need my playmaking skills then they'll let me play there," Johnson said.
"I'm really excited. I've been thinking about this for a long time."
Johnson, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound recruit, excelled at wide receiver this summer and was arguably one of the players at the B2G camp regardless of position.
He will be playing quarterback this season for his Crenshaw team but Johnson is fine with the position switch since most colleges are recruiting him as an athlete.
"This year I'm not lining up at receiver," Johnson said.
"I'm playing quarterback this year. All the recruiters have been looking at me as an athlete so it's not really tough at all."
Los Angeles Crenshaw opens its season Friday night against Corona (Calif.) Santiago.
Johnson was listed third among the top offensive performers at the B2G Elite Camp. He was not seen much on the 7on7 circuit but proved this summer at camp that he can be a sleeper prospect coming out of the city section.