4-star receiver Malcolm Johnson Jr. commits to Auburn, reclassifies to 2020 class

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Four-star wide receiver Malcolm Johnson Jr. announced his commitment to Auburn on Friday. Johnson also reclassified from 2021 to 2020 and plans to enroll into Auburn next week.

The St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes standout picked the Tigers over Alabama, Florida, Georgia and LSU.

Johnson, who was the 2020 All-Met boys’ indoor track athlete of the year, recorded in 47 receptions for 832 yards and seven touchdowns during his junior season.

In the 247sports composite rankings, Johnson is ranked the No. 36 receiver and the No. 191 overall player in the 2021 class. He also has plans to run track at Auburn, according to 247sports.

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