Three-star offensive tackle Dwayne Johnson (Houston/Bellaire) pledged Tuesday to sign with Nebraska, multiple sources report. He visited the Huskers on Jan. 18. Johnson originally committed to Purdue in August but reopened his recruiting in January.
about 1209 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCF On The Trail
Houston/Bellaire offensive tackle Dwayne Johnson has seen his recruiting interest increase in the month of January. Now, it appears Johnson is winding things down. The 6-foot-6, 275-pound three-star prospect informed RecruitingNation that he has a final two that he'll choose from.
about 1222 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | NCF On The Trail
Houston Bellaire offensive tackle Dwayne Johnson has seen his stock rise in recent weeks and months. A former Purdue commitment, the 6-foot-6, 275-pound three-star prospect has picked up offers from quality programs like Arkansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma and scheduled official visits for each.
about 1225 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | NCF On The Trail
While so much of Oklahoma's class has been decided, there is still much to come in the next three weeks. Top targets are changing on almost a daily basis but heading into this weekend, here are OU's top 10 targets still left on the board.
about 1227 days ago | Bob Przybylo | Oklahoma Sooners
It's going to be a busy January for Houston Bellaire offensive tackle Dwayne Johnson. In many ways, it already has been busy for the former Purdue commitment. Every weekend leading up to national signing day will be used for an official visit as the 6-foot-6, 275-pound Johnson tries to find the right fit for his future.
about 1230 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | NCF On The Trail
Houston Bellaire offensive tackle Dwayne Johnson has several options in front of him. With national signing day approaching in a matter of weeks, that's a good thing, and he plans to survey a few of them soon.
about 1236 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | On The Trail: Midlands Region
Like many of the recruits in Purdue's 2013 recruiting class, Houston Bellaire offensive tackle Dwayne Johnson is wondering what's next. The 6-foot-6, 275-pound three-star prospect was surprised to learn of the dismissal of head coach Danny Hope.
about 1281 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | NCF On The Trail
HOUSTON -- Dwayne Johnson Jr. wanted to make his college commitment on a special day. So on Monday, his father Dwayne Johnson Sr.'s 49th birthday, he surprised dad by picking his college destination, one that Johnson Sr.
about 1378 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | NCF On The Trail