A 2019 safety from Washington (DC) St. John’s College, Quinten Johnson pledged his commitment to the Michigan Wolverines at The Opening on Saturday.
Quinten Johnson Commits to Michigan
Don’t let the star rankings fool you: Quinten Johnson can play.
And Michigan isn’t the only school that thinks so, as Alabama and Penn State are also among the three-star’s offers. He particularly got his Crimson Tide offer on June 2, when he visited Tuscaloosa unofficially.
Yet, after visiting Ann Arbor, Johnson saw all he needed to see.
Hailing from St. John’s College High School in Washington D.C., Johnson took his official visit to Ann Arbor last weekend, being among the big group of heralded visitors. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound athlete took the week, but on Day 2 of The Opening down in Dallas, Johnson made his pledge official.
Johnson is the second safety to commit to Michigan’s 2019 class, with Columbus (OH) three-star Joey Velazquez joining the class just before the big official visit weekend.
The nation’s 470th-rated prospect — per the 247Sports Composite — is the 18th commit to the Wolverines this cycle.
Johnson was pursued by Michigan safeties coach and ace recruiter Chris Partridge.