Talented four-star LSU tight end commit Jake Johnson, the younger brother of LSU quarterback Max Johnson, was training with former NFL Pro Bowler Jason Witten this week:


Johnson, a 6-5, 225-pound prospect from Bogart, GA (Oconee County) is the No. 1 tight end for the class of 2022, according to 247Sports. He committed to the Tigers on back in April choosing LSU over offers from Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, and many other schools.

For more info on Johnson, visit his profile page on our 2022 Recruiting Tracker.

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15 Comments
Wow. Take complete advantage of those opportunities
Reply3 months
Soak it in young blood.
Reply3 months
Hope this one is mentally unstable
Reply3 months
dammit... ^ISNT
3 months
If he learn’s how to do Jason Witten level button hooks, he will be open for the next 20 years. Witten’s old arse still doing those and scoring.
Reply3 months
That's really cool, Jason Witten doesn't get much better then that!
Reply3 months
Who and Who!?
Reply3 months
Trying to show your colors?
3 months
Whitten was amazing at getting open. Listen to that man.
Reply3 months
Damn, I coulda been a tight end. He and I are the same weight. Well, except I am only 5-9. LOL
Reply3 months
I like the way you think
3 months
Pays to have a dad that was a NFL QB. I'm sure this young man will be getting plenty of advice from other top notch nfl stars as well.
Reply3 months
So will it be Mac to Jake or Johnson to Johnson ? We’re going to hear it a lot.. we might want to figure it out
Reply3 months
*Max to Jake
3 months
I don't think that was a one-time session with Jason. Which is awesome.
Reply3 months
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