Johnson has shown that he has what it takes to make the jump to the college level. A four year starter for the Tigers, Johnson boasts a 4.6 forty time and a very impressive 40 inch vertical leap.
As a junior, Sedrick was named 2nd team all-state as he helped AHS to a 7-3 record. Over the course of the season, he hauled in 38 passes for over 1030 yards and 13 touchdowns. In 2005, Johnson was named 1st team all-district.
Sedrick's exceptional athleticism has also translated into success on the hardwood. As a sophomore, he was voted Texas' MVP for Class 2A. During the past season, he received first-team all-state honors and was named District 19-2A's MVP.
Texas Tech's coaching staff has taken note of Johnson's talent and feel that he would be a great fit with the offense's unique style.
"My size and leaping ability are my two biggest strengths. If it's a jump ball I feel like it's my ball, and I am going to come down with it," replied Johnson when asked about the best parts of his game.
Over the summer, Sedrick will focus on increasing his speed and becoming a more efficient route runner.
Look for a busy summer from him as he plans on participating in 7-on-7s as well as attending camps at Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, and Michigan.
Johnson, who will major in history, notes that the main factors in his decision will include how he gets along with the coaching staff and getting a chance to earn early playing time. So when will this highly recruited prospect make his decision?
"I would like to make a decision before the season starts and then just focus on helping the team win and make the playoffs. I know our district is tough, but I think we can do it."