INDIANAPOLIS - Defensive tackle Anthony Johnson was the first former LSU player to take the media interview plunge on Saturday inside Lucas Oil Stadium.
"Freak" turned some heads with his comments on his career at LSU and the difference between impact and stats for a defensive lineman.
"I met with my mom. I met with Coach [Les] Miles, and I felt like I had done all I could do at LSU," Johnson said on his decision to turn pro after his junior season.
View that and more below, including Johnson's take on what type of scheme he can best fit into on the NFL level.
HD VIDEO: LSU DT Anthony Johnson
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