A pair of All-Sentinel football standouts from Bullis have verbally committed to Big Ten Conference schools.
Patrick Johnson, a rising senior defensive back who earned first team All-Sentinel honors last season, announced his pledge last week via Twitter.
“I’m proud to announce that I’m committed to the UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN,” Johnson tweeted on July 22.
Johnson said he chose Wisconsin over Georgia, North Carolina and Pittsburgh among others.
“I love the campus,” said Johnson. “It’s a very peaceful and calm environment.”
Johnson, a D.C. native who transferred to Bullis last year from McKinley Tech, said he developed a good relationship with members of the Wisconsin coaching staff including defensive backs coach Daronte Jones.
Wisconsin, Johnson added, has a “great academic program, a great football program, a great defense.”
Meanwhile, Cameron Brown, a second team All-Sentinel linebacker, also announced his pledge via Twitter.
“IVE OFFICIALLY COMMITTED TO PENN STATE UNIVERSITY,” Brown tweeted on July 18.
In May, Bullis quarterback Dwayne Haskins, who earned second team All-Sentinel honors as a junior last season, announced his pledge to Maryland during a ceremony at the Potomac private school.
In June, Good Counsel rising senior defensive lineman Izon Pulley, who earned second team All-Sentinel honors as a junior, verbally committed to play college football at the University of Miami, commonly known as “The U.”