Johnson doesn't qualify, other notes 

August, 4, 2012
Despite his optimism at the start of fall camp on Wednesday afternoon, it doesn't appear Les Miles will get his hands on 2012 wide receiver signee Avery Johnson (Pompano Beach, Fla./Ely Blanche) this season.

Johnson confirmed Saturday afternoon that he won't be enrolling at LSU this season, as the SAT score he was waiting to receive didn't qualify. Instead Johnson must go back to the drawing board and attain a qualifying score this coming semester. Johnson said the plan for the time being is to enroll at Hargrave Military Academy, where he can play football, and join LSU's roster in January after he qualifies.

If that is indeed the plan, Johnson will be in good company with other LSU success stories. Former running back Keiland Williams attended Hargrave, as did current defensive tackle Ego Ferguson.
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