— Lucas Johnson (@lucasj_7) June 18, 2015
“Growing up I used to always watch their games, and I always thought that I could play there,” Johnson told KUSI. “I wanted to stay close to home and to my family so that they could come see me play.”
This marks the second time in three years the Aztecs recruited a local quarterback. In 2013 they signed quarterback Christian Chapman out of Carlsbad, who is currently on the team.