Ennis (Texas) three-star athlete Jah'shawn Johnson has drawn offers from across the region. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound athlete quickly became known for his playmaking ability in the defensive secondary and quick strike ability.
As the son of former Dallas Cowboys safety Keith Davis, the bloodlines certainly did not hurt, and offers came from Arizona State, Baylor, Iowa, Oklahoma State, SMU, TCU, Texas Tech, Tulsa, Washington, and Washington State.
He has kept an open mind throughout the recruiting process, but as the season nears he has narrowed his focus.
"Well, I've narrowed it down to three schools - TCU, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma State," Johnson said. "I'm not sure when I'm going to make a decision yet."
He does hope to make a decision before the season so he is not concerned with recruiting during his senior season, but he has not set a date. In fact, at this point he does not claim a leader out of his three Big 12 favorites, and sees plenty of opportunity at each program.
TCU - "I've talked to coach Patterson a lot. I know that everything they're saying is somewhat true I guess. When I went down there it was nice. The coaches were nice. It was pretty great."
Texas Tech - "It's pretty much the same. Their coaches are real nice. It's a young coaching staff. They are pretty good and said I could come in and play early. They've been pushing hard to get me."
Oklahoma State - "I've always liked the school even before all of this. It's just the same (as the others). They have five seniors this year so I'll be able to come in and battle for a spot right away. The coach, he's pretty good."
He has already taken visits to TCU and Oklahoma State and will visit Texas Tech for the first time next Friday. He is being recruited TCU by coach DeMontie Cross, to Texas Tech by coach Eric Morris, and to Oklahoma State by coach Tim Duffie.