Johnson was scheduled to visit Miami this weekend, but said he's going to wait until January.
"I've decided to wait until the bowl games are over," he said.
He visited Oklahoma State in late November.
"I like the whole thing," he said. "Their facilities were really first-class."
That leaves the Sooners.
"I definitely plan on visiting them sometime, but I'm just not sure when yet," he said.
Although Johnson has said in the past that he's always been a fan of the Hurricanes and that they were a leader, that wasn't his tune on Monday night.
"I don't have a definite leader right now. They're all the same."
The recruiting process is making its final push before it winds down. Johnson is feeling it.
"It's not too bad, but I feel a little pressure sometimes," he said.
Johnson said he plans to make no other official visits outside his top three and still plans to announce his intentions on signing day.
A 6-foot-1, 175-pound senior with 4.5 speed, Johnson is the 15th-ranked safety in the country by Scout.com. He finished his senior season with 65 tackles and an interception.