The No. 18 prospect in the country, Stafon Johnson out of Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey is planning to announce his decision Friday afternoon. The 5-foot-11, 200-pounder has narrowed his list down to three schools and is still debating between them.
"As of this time, I don't know where I'm going," he said. "My top two schools are USC and Georgia, but Washington continues to be in the mix too. Coach Richt came for an in-home visit last night and it went great. I'm expecting USC tonight while coach Willingham from Washington came in a month ago."
Throughout the recruiting process, Southern Cal has been the five-star prospect's leader.
"They have been my leader for a long time, but Georgia has come in and really confused things," he said. "I really liked my Georgia official visit last weekend. I was surprised by it because I didn't think it'd be as good as it was. I have to say that I like both schools a lot because they have great running back traditions and I feel at home at both schools."
Johnson has one more night to sleep on a decision.
"I plan to talk it over with my family some more tonight and then I'm hoping to have a final decision in the morning," he said. "Then I can make my commitment on television tomorrow afternoon."
The No. 2 running back in the country plans to announce his decision on ESPNews at 4:20 PM EST Friday.