Former LSU star Max Johnson is headed to Texas A&M.
The talented quarterback announced Friday morning that he’s taking his talents to College Station to play for Jimbo Fisher. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
The move was expected after his brother committed to the Aggies, and it’s now official.
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This is a monster addition for Fisher and the Aggies. Johnson tossed 27 touchdowns this season to only six interceptions, and he’s a legit NFL QB.
He is big, strong, has an outstanding arm, can make any throw you want and is a natural winner, despite the fact LSU struggled this season.
The young man knows how to play football, and LSU will regret letting him leave. That much I can promise you.
Now, he’s headed to College Station to play for a rival SEC program with his brother. If you’re a fan of the Aggies, this is probably the best Friday you’ve had in a long time.
Johnson is going to continue to put up great numbers, especially with all the elite talent that will be around him at A&M.
So a few weeks after this play, Max Johnson heads to the school he beat with the throw. pic.twitter.com/tCB37o7hb8
— Wilson Alexander (@whalexander_) December 17, 2021
College football is a hell of a sport and major transfer news like this is the latest reminder of why we love it so much.