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Kansas Jayhawks Football Recruiting: Isaiah Johnson Visiting Wyoming

2013 safety Isaiah Johnson is taking his first official visit Laramie, Wyoming to visit the Wyoming Cowboys. Wyoming is facing off against San Diego State in their last home game of the season this weekend. This is Johnson’s first visit of the season, but he will still visit more teams.

Dec. 17, 2011; Albuquerque, NM, USA; Wyoming Cowboys mascot in the crowd against the Temple Owls in the 2011 New Mexico Bowl at University Stadium. Temple defeated Wyoming 37-15. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE

He is set to visit the Kansas Jayhawks on December 7th.

Johnson currently holds three offers from Wyoming, Kansas, and Northern Iowa. He has interest from Arizona State and Purdue as well. The three-star athlete has a decent amount of interest in the Kansas Jayhawks, but a strong visit at Wyoming this weekend could make a huge impression on Johnson.

The visit could make Johnson’s interest in Wyoming even higher. Wyoming is clearly at the top of the list for Johnson.

The Iowa Western Community College star is one of the top ten ranked safeties in the 2013 class and is rated by 247Sports as the eleventh-best recruit in the state of Iowa. The 6’1″, 210 pound athlete is the only recruit to visit Wyoming this weekend. Still, Wyoming needs to make a strong case or else Kansas could snatch Johnson with a strong visit on December 7th.

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Topics: Football, Isaiah Johnson, Kansas Jayhawks, Recruiting, Wyoming Cowboys

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  • http://www.musketfire.com/ Joe Soriano

    Wyoming’s been doing an excellent job of snagging underrated prospects outside of the state, and it looks like Johnson will be another big catch for the Cowboys.