Tyler Johnson, a 2017 four-star tight end, has included Michigan in his Top 14.
It's getting closer and closer ✊ pic.twitter.com/QgVtdMx7m7— Tyler johnson (@TyJohnson87) June 16, 2016
Along with Michigan, Johnson has placed Florida, Tennessee, Michigan State, Miami (FL), Louisville, Alabama, Nebraska, Arizona State, Arizona, USC, Washington, Pittsburgh and UCLA in his Top 14.
Johnson has been highly looked at by Michigan State is being recruited to play for the Green and White by Brad Salem and Jim Bollman. However, there is still much life for the Maize and Blue.
The 6-foot-4, 245-pound tight end from Highland High School in Gilbert, Arizona is ranked 247th overall in the class of 2017, according to 247Sports. He is the sixth-best tight end and the fifth highest rated player in the state of Arizona.
During his junior year, Johnson ran the ball 24 times for 202 rushing yards and six touchdowns, along with catching the ball 20 times for 462 yards and five touchdowns. Across two varsity seasons, the tight end has 20 total touchdowns on 1,026 all-purpose yards.