Jamel Johnson is a name Alabama fans will need to familiarize themselves with for the 2023 recruiting class. The 6’1″ DB out of Senguin High School in Arlington Texas has seen his offer sheet explode during the last few weeks. He has recently added offers from Texas A&M, Penn State, Texas, Oklahoma and Alabama. Even with his recruitment in full swing, Johnson is locked into brining Senguin High School a state championship; he stated that his current goals for his upcoming junior season is to “stay focused and ball”.
When asked about what are the main things things he will take into consideration when evaluating colleges, Johnson stated “Playing time, does the program feel like home and does the program have a big family feel”. Currently he does not have a group of top schools, but he did say he could see himself playing at Alabama and that Defensive Coordinator, Pete Golding, was the coach who offered him the scholarship.
On the field, Jamel Johnson, has the prototypical frame of the “new age” NFL corner. During his interview with Tide Talk Sports he noted his preference is to play man over zone and he is open to playing any position in the secondary. His length when combined with his technique will make him a formidable player on the backend of any defense. Which ever school he decides on will be getting an elite playmaker.
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Cory Dees is an Alabama football and recruiting analyst for Team Tide Talk. Follow him on Twitter @DeesTTS. Always feel free to reach out with questions and comments. Roll Tide.
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