Toby Johnson talks NU visit, Vols interest 

November, 18, 2012
Junior college defensive tackle Toby Johnson (Hutchinson, Kan./Hutchinson CC) recently tore the ACL and PCL in his right knee, but the injury hasn’t stopped him from making the necessary road trips to pick a college. The injury also hasn’t scared away recruiters.

Johnson was one of the visitors in Lincoln, Neb., taking in the Cornhuskers’ win against Minnesota. On an unofficial visit, he and Hutch teammate Ben Bradley, a defensive tackle and Tennessee commit, enjoyed the trip and left Lincoln with a positive perspective.

“At first, I thought we weren’t going down there,” Johnson said. “I didn’t find out until [Saturday morning] that we were still going. It was real good. The game atmosphere was crazy. Walking out the tunnel and greeting fans what something I really liked.”

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