Three-star athlete Delando Johnson is putting together a strong senior season. The Towson (Md.) Calvert Hall prospect has double-digit offers, but has only taken one visit recently.
"Right now he's done everything the right way, he's focusing on our season and getting himself set academically," Calvert Hall head coach Donald Davis said. "Nothing has really changed with his recruitment. He hasn't taken any officials, but has taken one unofficial. Other than that, he's putting his focus where it needs to be."
Johnson will address recruiting after the year though.
"The only thing he's done was go to a Maryland game," he said. "He is going to schedule some stuff for after the season, but we have yet to nail down exactly when that schedule is going to happen."
Davis confirmed official visits would occur prior to a decision.
Previously, Johnson had stated that Temple, Boston College, Illinois, Wake Forest, Toledo and East Carolina stood out. To this point, nothing has completely changed.
"He's still looking at all those schools, he hasn't eliminated anyone completely yet."
On the year, Johnson has made the move from defensive end/linebacker to free and strong safety.
"He's played great," he said. "He's taken responsibility and been a leader and is learning a new position at the same time. I'm just impressed with the way he's taken on these responsibilities."