PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Cornerback Tejay Johnson was not happy with the way his spring started. Seeing a lack of physicality on his film, Johnson discussed how he has stepped his game up in the second part of spring and his hunger to replace starters Logan Ryan and Brandon Jones from last year's roster.
Now looking to replace them, Johnson does not want to be soft at the line of scrimmage. Press coverage and aggression have been focuses for the sophomore in his first spring as a starter and will be under the spotlight tomorrow at the most extensive scrimmage of the spring.
Speaking after a Thursday morning practice, Johnson broke down his hunger to improve, a new defensive scheme and the need to step up as a leader.