"We have Pickens in the first round this weekend," said Terrell. "We have to travel there to play. I am sure they are a good team. We haven't been playing up to our potential. Our defense is playing well, but our offfensive line has to step up for us to go far in the playoffs. As a team we have some work to do."
Johnson has received calls from several schools the past few months. Schools such as Arkansas, Louisiana Tech, Mississippi State, UAB and others appear to be keeping in regular contact with the hard hitting linebacker.
"It's still pretty much the same schools calling," said Terrell. "I am going to Arkansas this weekend on an unofficial visit and I will be at Mississippi State's last home game, which is against Arkansas. Other that I am not sure where else I will go."
Terrell had reported earlier that a decision could come before the turn of the year, but that time frame has been pushed back.
"Me and my dad sat down and really talked about thing," said Johnson. "I really think we are going to wait until after the first of the year before we make any decisions. That will give me the time to really look at things and make the best decision."
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