Friday, September 9, 2016

Four-star LB Prospect Antwuan Johnson Decommitts From Michigan's 2018 Recruiting Class.

He's Just Not That Into You / 2018 Recruiting

Antwuan Johnson. Image via Touch the Banner. 

Antwuan Johnson is an ex-Michigan commit. The Dayton, Ohio high school junior linebacker announced Friday he was decommitting from Michigan and reopening his recruitment.





Johnson explained to University of Michigan sports blog Maize N' Brew that concerns about Michigan linebackers and special teams coach Chris Partridge were the main reason for his decision decommitting from Michigan.

“I feel that me and Jim Harbaugh have a great relationship,” Johnson tells Maize n Brew. “But me and my linebacker coach(Chris Partridge) don’t and I know he had control of my playing time and me and his relationship wasn’t as tight as me and coach Harbaugh’s.So I think it was my best decision to part ways.”
He added: “(Partridge)never reached out to me. I didn’t feel like I was a priority.”

247Sports.com grades Johnson as a composite four-star inside linebacker prospect. Among 2018 prospects, the recruiting site ranks Johnson at no. 294 in its composite national prospect rankings, at no. 6 among inside LB prospects, and at no. 14 among prospects from the state of Ohio.

Johnson attends Dunbar High School in Dayton, Oh. He stands 6'1, and weighs 210 lbs. 

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