What don't you know about Josh Johnson? Check this out:
1. He takes care of the football. Scouts took note of Johnson during his senior year at San Diego, as he threw just one interception against 43 touchdowns.
2. He's drawing heady comparisons. Thanks to his ability to run and pass, he's drawing comparisons to Tennessee quarterback Vince Young.
3. He holds some Division I-AA records. He holds the Division I-AA records for passing efficiency (176.64), percentage of TDs per attempt (10.45 percent) and completion percentage (68.34 percent).
4. He could have played other sports. Growing up in Oakland, he also lettered in basketball and track. He was an honorable mention all-city choice in basketball and finished in the high jump (6-foot-5) at the Oakland Athletic League Championships.
5. He wasn't exactly highly recruited. Johnson received offers from St. Mary's and Idaho State. He turned down both offers to walk on at San Diego so he could play quarterback.
6. He grew up fast. He was the Pioneer League's two-time offensive player of the year.
Want to know more about Johnson? Take advantage of Scout.com's extensive body of work covering Johnson at San Diego and during the scouting period. Here are links that will help you get to know Johnson better before he hits the field this weekend for rookie camp:
Instant Analysis of Johnson by Scout.com's Tom Marino, a 35-year veteran of NFL scouting. Click here.
Johnson's scouting combine Q&A session with the media. Click here.
Johnson's complete transcript from his first post-draft press conference with the Tampa area media. Click here.
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Matthew Postins covers the Buccaneers for BucsBlitz.com and the Charlotte Sun-Herald in Port Charlotte, Fla. An award-winning member of the Pro Football Writers Association, he appears frequently on Scot Brantley Show from 3-6 p.m. weekdays on WHBO 1470-AM in Tampa-Clearwater.