PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Safety Tejay Johnson is one of many new Rutgers faces looking to meet quarterback Derek Carr head on. Excited by the challenge of an all conference quarterback, Johnson spoke 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com about preparing for his most significant in-game action.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- From wide receiver, to cornerback, to weakside linebacker, to strongside to free safety, Tejay Johnson
is finally ready for a significant gameday role.
Johnson projects as a key member of the Rutgers defensive rotations at free safety. Spending the offseason bouncing around between positions after cornerback did not fit in the spring, Johnson discussed his versatility and how it impacts what he can do on the field during games.
Johnson, like the rest of the Rutgers secondary, expects to be targeted by Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr.