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Michigan commit Antwuan Johnson to visit U-M twice this season

The 2018 four-star linebacker will visit Michigan against Hawaii and Penn State.

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2018 Michigan commit Antwuan Johnson, a four-star inside linebacker, will visit Michigan twice during the football season.

Johnson will be at Michigan Stadium on September 3rd for the first game of the season against Hawaii. Then, he will see Michigan for its Big Ten Conference opener against Penn State on September 24th.

From Dunbar High School (Dayton, Ohio), Johnson committed to play for the Wolverines on March 31st. He also had offers to play for Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisville and Toledo.

“Me and my parents sat and talked,” Johnson said to Maize n Brew of his commitment. “It was just the right choice for me and the staff clicked. It’s not to far away from home and education is great. Michigan is just good for me and my family.”

Johnson is ranked 298th overall in the 2018 class by 247Sports. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound athlete is the sixth-best inside linebacker and the 14th ranked player from the state of Ohio.