Found March 01, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
Louisville Football’s Charlie Strong and staff have received their second verbal commitment for the class of 2014. Michael Johnson is a 6-3” 190lb Safety out of Hialiah Florida near Miami.  While Johnson is not currently ranked by any of the major recruiting services, he has been offered a scholarship by West Virginia, Nebraska and Central Florida. Obviously to have extended an offer, the staff must feel fairly confident and see some upside and potential in Michael. Johnson finished his junior season one tackle short of 100 and recorded seven forced fumbles and an interception. Johnson joins Trinity High School’s Reggie Bonnafaon as the second member of Louisville’s 2014 class. The post Charlie Strong Picks Up Second Commitment From The 2014 Class appeared first on The Cardinal Connect.

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