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Jaylen Johnson remains a soft commit to Boise State, but the Corona (Calif.) Centennial defensive end is planning at least two trips in the coming weeks and a third is possible as well.
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The three-star prospect is visiting Washington this weekend, and then California on Jan. 24. A third visit to either Washington State or Arizona State on Jan. 31 is also being considered, but Johnson has not finalized those details.
"Everything is still the same," Johnson said. "Nothing really major. I'm waiting to take those official visits on the 17th and the 24th so once those take place I'll be better aware of the situation.
The Corona Centennial recruit committed to Boise State when the old coaching staff was in place. Now that they're at Washington, Johnson is highly interested in the visit this weekend. It's important that Chris Petersen and his staff are in place there, but he also wants to get a sense for what the campus and the surrounding area is like.
"I want to get a real feel for the place now, the school and the campus," Johnson said.
By no means is Boise State out, either. The three-star has talked a lot with the new coaching staff and he said he's appreciative that they understand his circumstances.
"They're aware of the situation," Johnson said. "They're very understanding. Coach (Bryan) Harsin is a great guy, so he's aware that the change could be hard. Boise State is still an option. I'm still committed to them."
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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