COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland senior cornerback J.J. Johnson talked about his four years in College Park Nov. 25. Johnson said more than anything he accomplished on the field, he was most proud of how he helped guide young defensive backs like Alvin Hill and Will Likely. Johnson also talked about the upcoming game against Rutgers, the return of former coach Ralph Friedgen to UMD, what a win would mean for Maryland's prospective bowl game and more.
See what else he had to say in the video below:
Johnson Puts Career In Perspective
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