When De’Andre Johnson shows up at offseason college football prospect camps, he may as well draw a target on his back. The 2015 Florida State commit is automatically the man to beat whenever and wherever he walks on the field.

But that’s OK with him.

“It feels great because back in the day when I was in their shoes, and I was a young guy coming up, I was very hungry, I still am hungry,” Johnson said, “but if the top guy was at the camp, any drill … I was right behind him. Anything he did, I tried to do better, and now that I’m at the top … I just gotta stay ahead of him.”

He had some stiff competition Sunday at the Valdosta, Ga., MVP Camp, at Bazemore–Hyder Stadium on the campus of Valdosta State University. Johnson, a junior quarterback at Jacksonville First Coast High, fought off all challengers in earning the camp’s quarterback MVP award, just another in what is likely a shelf-full of MVP honors at the Johnson household.

“It just solidifies that my hard work and talent are paying off and it just feels good to get it again,” Johnson said.

He’s been committed to FSU since July of 2012, but he said it has not been difficult to remain loyal to the Seminoles.

“You just gotta trust in the plans,” Johnson said. “The recruiting process is all about having plans that go to it. You’ve gotta have a good support system around you, stay in touch with the coach and talk to them about the plans they’ve got for you and how you fit in … the school who really wants you will come at you hardest.”

Johnson’s top challengers on Sunday were Jacob Carroll (6-1, 183) of Mount Brook (Ala.), and Chance Thrasher (6-2, 188) of Suwanee (Ga.), while other quarterbacks who performed well were Caleb Lewis of Lakeland Victory Christian and Payton Veraldi (6-3, 177) Dalton (Ga.).

He delivered on all throws, as usual, showing off his accuracy and ability to hit his target area. Johnson can throw balls to spots or adjust according to his receivers' routes, which is why he has only thrown 20 interceptions in 777 passing attempts in his first three seasons at First Coast. He's completed 63 percent of those passes and thrown 88 touchdowns passes, a 4-to-1 touchdowns-to-interceptions ratio.