Tampa (Fla.) Jesuit tight end Travis Johnson took his official visit to Columbia this past weekend to check out Missouri. Johnson enjoyed the trip especially the family atmosphere and team chemistry.
The three-star prospect said, "The visit was cool. All of the players interacted with one another. Most of the time when you go to schools, some teams have clicks and guys get left out of the group. At Missouri all of the players were hanging together at each other's houses and that's something you don't see everywhere."
At Jesuit, Johnson lines up at wideout, but all of the schools recruiting him want him at tight end.
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"The places interested in me told me I can flank out wide or I can be left alone in one-on-situations on the backside. I'm looking for a place that utilizes the tight end a lot in their offense," stated Johnson.
Last week he took an official visit to Cincinnati and next weekend he is scheduled to check out Rutgers.
The Bearcats leading receiver in 2012 was tight end Travis Kelce and that is something that stood out to Johnson.
Louisville is still in the mix as well. He is in the process of setting up his final official visit to the Cardinals on February 1.
He originally was planning a signing day decision, but he could decide sooner depending on his his two trips.
Johnson said he doesn't have a favorite and distance isn't a factor in his choice.
The versatile pass-catcher led his team to a 7-3 record during his senior season.