Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills' Devan Johnson played tight end during his junior season, but recruiters feel he has what it takes to make the transition to fullback, linebacker, or be used as an H-back in college.
In fact Johnson says he worked as a defensive player at Pitt's camp.
"I went to camps at Cincinnati and Pitt," Johnson said. "Cincinnati was O.K. Pitt was pretty good.
"At Pitt I learned technique, how to pursue the ball, stuff like that."
Those are two of a number of schools Johnson is interested in.
"I like Pitt, Colorado, Akron, Temple, Michigan State, Cincinnati, and West Virginia," Johnson said. "And Kent State."
Johnson has scholarship offers from Colorado, Akron, Temple, and Kent State.
"As of right now Colorado is probably my favorite," he said. "I like coach (Darian) Hagan. We have a cool relationship."
Johnson has decided he will take several official visits before he selects a college.
"I'm going to take officials to Colorado, Temple, and Akron sometime in September," he said. "I'll probably commit to someone sometime in September."
The 6-foot-1 and 232-pound Johnson was an all-conference tight end his junior season. He caught 12 passes for close to 300 yards and seven touchdowns.