Draft in-depth: CB Trumaine Johnson

There is good reason the Vikings scheduled a visit with cornerback Trumaine Johnson. He brings a lot of the qualities they desire in a cornerback. NFL Scouting goes deep into Johnson's abilities, history, agility and more.

Trumaine Johnson
Cornerback/Free Safety/Return Specialist
University of Montana Grizzlies
#2
6:01.7-204
Stockton, California
Thomas Edison High School

OVERVIEW

Most National Football League defensive backs hail from the major college ranks, but several organizations, most notably Arizona, Atlanta, Buffalo, Jacksonville and the New York Giants have unearthed "hidden talents" that have played major roles in their success.

While scouts are willing to debate on most any draft prospect, they seem to all be in unison – the best defensive player below the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision ranks is Montana's Trumaine Johnson. The Grizzly standout is an outstanding press coverage cornerback whose ability to make plays inside the box have drawn favorable comparisons to Pittsburgh Steelers' standout, Ike Taylor.

While Taylor and Johnson display the hitting ability of a linebacker, Johnson adds another dimension that Taylor fails to possess – the ability to "sky high" over a receiver and come up with the crucial interception. His hands are so natural, that Johnson has also been utilized as a receiver, on occasion and many scouts feel he can develop into a top-notch return specialist, thanks to his cat-like running stride, explosive burst and loose hips that allow him to change direction in an instant.

Johnson has extensive experience at both the boundary and field cornerback positions, but his hard-hitting style of play could see a team in need use him as a free safety in the NFL. Since shifting to boundary cornerback as a junior, Johnson has made 56 plays vs. opposing ball carriers, holding those runners to just three first-down carries and 84 yards gained on the ground (1.50 ypc).

During that span, Johnson made seven touchdown-saving tackles in run support. The cornerback has produced 40 stops inside the red zone since arriving at Montana, with 14 of those hits coming on goal-line plays. He has posted 16 tackles-for-loss (assists and solos), along with taking down rushers at the line of scrimmage for no gain 16 other times.

While Johnson plays with reckless abandon and little regard for his own safety taking on blockers and ball carriers, he has also excelled vs. the passing game. The opposition targeted 305 passes into the cornerback's area since his freshman campaign. Only 102 of those tosses were completed (33.44%), generating 658 yards, an average of 6.45 yards per pass completion and 2.16 yards per attempt. Of those 305 attempts, the senior jammed or rerouted his pass coverage assignments away from 160 of those throws (52.46%).

The move to boundary cornerback has shown even further dominance by Johnson in shutting down the opposition's aerial attack. Since taking over that position in 2010, he has had 163 passes thrown in his area. He held those receivers to just 38 catches (23.31%) for 234 yards, equating to 6.16 yards per completion and 1.44 yards per attempt, the second-lowest figures for any starting cornerback in the Division I level during that span. He also rerouted his assignments away from 91 of those incomplete passes (55.83%).


While his ability as a shutdown cornerback is evidenced above, further cementing Johnson's rank as one of the truly elite defensive players in college football by these impressive numbers – he is tied for fourth among active NCAA Football Championship Subdivision players with 15 interceptions, which also ranks tied for fourth on the school career-record chart.

Johnson's 188 yards in returns with those pass thefts placed sixth in Montana annals and is good for 13th among active NCAA FCS performers. The senior cornerback's 35 pass deflections established a new school career-record, and his 40 passes defended (break-ups and interceptions) are the most in the FCS ranks, also setting a Grizzly all-time mark.

Johnson has been a sensational "drive killer" during his Grizzly career. He has forced the opposition to kick the ball away numerous times, as he recorded 93 third-down stops and twelve more on fourth-down plays. He has chipped in with ten special team tackles and even tried his hand as a kickoff returner during his junior season, averaging 22.2 yards per runback. On offense, he attempted one pass and carried the ball twice for 11 yards.

Prior to his arrival at Montana, Johnson excelled in football, basketball and track at Edison High School. The three-time gridiron letterman performed as a defensive back (mostly at strong safety), wide receiver and quarterback, in addition to handling kickoff return chores. As a sophomore, he recorded his first prep interception vs. Bear Creek, but the team struggled to a 2-8 record.

As a junior, Johnson was named All-League as a wide receiver. He switched to jersey #2 from the #6 he wore as a sophomore, going on to grab 40 passes for 703 yards (17.58 ypc) and nine touchdowns. He also completed 4 of 6 tosses for 191 yards, three scores and an interception, adding 99 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries (4.95 ypc) while posting 66 points. On defense, he recorded 67 tackles (57 solos) with an interception and a sack.

In 2006, Johnson had five solo tackles and an interception, along with five receptions for 126 yards and a 40-yard score in the season opener vs. Bear Creek. He totaled five more hits and gained 71 yards on four catches, including a touchdown while also delivering a sack vs. Chavez. He registered 12 tackles (8 solos) with three kickoff returns for 65 yards, six catches for 82 yards with a score and also tossed an 82-yard touchdown vs. Franklin.

Johnson followed with a season-best 13 tackles (11 solos), a 48-yard kickoff return and three grabs for 32 yards and a touchdown vs. Downey. He added a pair of touchdowns and 99 yards on five catches, completed both pass attempts for 79 yards, including a 44-yard score and was in on eight hits (7 solos) vs. Tokay. The next week, he snared seven passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns, with a long of 47, in addition to throwing a 30-yard score in the Stagg clash.

As a senior, Johnson was named to the school's Hall of Fame as a defensive back and was an All-League and All-Sac-Joaquin Section first-team choice as a quarterback and defensive back during his final campaign. He completed 93 of 177 passes (52.5%) for 1,566 yards, 18 touchdowns and eight interceptions, adding 492 yards and three scores on 57 carries (8.93 ypc). He returned six kickoffs for 168 yards (28.0 avg), with a long of 79 and the strong safety registered 50 tackles (34 solos) with a pair of interceptions.

In the 2007 season opener, Johnson picked off a pass, recorded 10 tackles (6 solos), caused a fumble, returned three kickoffs for 118 yards (39.33 avg) with a long of 79 and completed 21 of 33 throws (63.6%) for 324 yards and three touchdowns. He had two more scoring tosses and 194 aerial yards, adding 138 yards on 15 carries and three tackles vs. Chavez. He totaled 174 yards on 11 of 20 passes with three touchdowns, ran for 70 yards on 11 tries and posted nine tackles vs. Downey.

Johnson connected on 6 of 9 attempts for 46 yards and two scores while also running for a 50-yard touchdown on 11 carries for 108 yards, collecting seven tackles (5 solos) vs. West. He threw for 241 yards and three touchdowns, including a 78-yarder on just 7-of-12 throws, rushing for a 28-yard score to go with eight tackles and an 88-yard interception return for a touchdown in the 49-16 victory over Stagg. He ended his prep career with 236 yards and two scores on 15-of-32 passes, 89 yards and a 33-yard touchdown on six carries and two tackles vs. St. Mary's, but was intercepted five times in a 61-27 loss.

Johnson also lettered in track and basketball. The three-time hoops letterman and point guard was named team MVP and served as squad captain while garnering All-Conference honors as a senior. He guided coach Richard Lynch's 2006-07 unit to a 21-9 overall record and an 8-2 mark in league play. The following season, the Vikings recorded a 22-9 record, winning nine of 10 league contests.

Johnson drew recruiting interest from Fresno State, Oregon and Southern California, but on Feb. 8, 2008, he signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Montana. The multi-sport star would concentrate strictly on football in the collegiate ranks. "Trumaine was always busy," said his father, Curtis Johnson. "From six years old and on, he played sports all year round, and we couldn't keep him off the field or court or diamond. In time he concentrated on basketball and football, and in high school I figured he would choose football. I knew he could take it to the next level."

And take it to the next level he did. Playing for a "tough hombre" in head coach Bobby Hauck, Johnson arrived on Montana's campus in 2008 expecting to compete for a job as a wide receiver, but by the second preseason practice, the staff shifted him to the defensive backfield. "They switched me on the second day I was here. I didn't even get a chance," said Johnson, who was told by Hauck the Griz were in dire need of a defensive back. "I said I'd try it out. I think it's worked for the best."

Johnson earned All-Big Sky Conference honorable mention as a true freshman, as he started the team's first 11 games before being sidelined for the final five contests due to a right knee posterior cruciate ligament injury. Manning the "field" cornerback slot, he recorded 21 tackles (13 solos), leading the team with four interceptions for 93 yards in returns, as he also deflected four other throws.

On 57 passes targeted into his area, he rerouted receivers away from 29 tosses, allowing just 20 completions (35.09%) for 158 yards. 14 of his stops came on third-down plays, with three more on fourth-down snaps. He also had one tackle with the kickoff coverage unit.

The 2009 season got off to a rocky start, as Johnson was suspended for the season opener vs. Western State. He only played in 11 games, as he sat out the Sacramento State (concussion), Idaho State and Northern Colorado (fractured right forearm) contests. The All-Big Sky Conference first-team choice still managed to record 54 tackles (31 solos) with three stops for losses from his field cornerback position, adding National Player of the Week honors vs. Cal-Davis.

Johnson established his "legacy" with a gutsy performance vs. Appalachian State in the 2009 NCAA FCS playoffs. He had suffered a right forearm injury in the fourth quarter that was diagnosed in the locker room as another fracture. He devised a very rough "make-shift" cast and returned to the field. On the final play of the game, he prevented All-American receiver Brian Quick from catching a potential game-winning touchdown pass in the end zone as time expired, preserving a 24-17 win, propelling the Grizzlies into the FCS title game the following week vs. Villanova.

Johnson tied for second in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision ranks with 17 passes defended, as he broke up twelve throws and intercepted five others. He had 34-of-85 passes targeted into his area caught by the opposition (40.0%) for 266 yards and no touchdowns, limiting those receivers to 7.82 yards per pass completion and 3.13 yards per attempt. He recorded 25 third-down stops, along with two more on fourth-down plays, making 14 tackles inside the red zone, with five coming on goal-line plays.

Prior to the 2010 season, Johnson, fully recovered from injury woes the previous season, shifted to the demanding boundary cornerback position. He quickly established himself as the best press coverage defender in the FCS ranks, delivering 44 tackles (24 solos) with an assisted sack and four stops behind the line of scrimmage. The unanimous first-team All-American and All-Big Sky Conference choice also saw action on offense, attempting one pass while running two reverses for a total of 11 yards.

The ball-hawk broke up seven passes and intercepted four others for 88 yards in returns that included two touchdown runbacks. He had 65 passes targeted into his area, as the opposition caught 18 of those balls (27.69%) for 124 yards and no touchdowns, an average of 6.89 yards per completion and a college football-low 1.80 yards per attempt. He made 21 third-down stops, two more on fourth-down and also jammed/rerouted receivers away from 32 other throws. He posted 12 tackles inside the red zone, including three on goal-line plays.

An upbeat character and positive locker room presence, Johnson claims that the women in Montana love his mini-Mohawk haircut. "It's something different," he said. It may also make him an inch or two taller than his 6-foot-3 listing in the University of Montana's literature. "I get a lot of garbage back at home for it," said the cornerback. "My parents think I'm crazy, and my boys think I'm dumb. But it's all good."

Prior to Johnson's final season, current Montana head coach Robin Pflugrad said that he expected big things from his All-American cornerback in 2011, noting, "He really is a talented athlete. The one thing that ‘Tru' really needs to work on is just his consistency in practices, which obviously leads to the games. I don't think ‘Tru' was challenged enough this spring as a defensive back. It gets to the point that sometimes things are just too easy for him, and that's not good. We have to do a better job coaching him and make it tougher on him. We cannot let him have any lapses in the physical or mental part of his game. If he doesn't have any lapses he will be as good of a player who has ever been here. And that's on him. That is totally up to ‘Tru.'

"Playing him offensively, there is no question we will do that. How much he can handle, physically and mentally, we are still sifting through that process. He can do some things with the football that not a lot of players in the Big Sky Conference can do. He has not played on special teams here at Montana, and he needs to. He could become a great special teams player. If you wrap all that up that's a pretty impressive player."

The accolades and awards would definitely come for Montana cornerback Trumaine Johnson in 2011, as he was an All-American and All-Big Sky Conference first-team choice, but it is the year 2012 and beyond that the boundary cornerback is hoping will make a lasting impression. But, "Tru," as Johnson often goes by, still has fond memories of some of the team's achievements during his collegiate career. "Going to the national champion-ship (game) my freshman and sophomore years, I'm on top of cloud nine," he remembered about Montana's superb 2008 and '09 squads.

"My junior campaign, not even to make the playoffs, that was heartbreaking. That hurt the most. Me and my teammates are starving, trying to get back to the top." Johnson is there in one aspect. Rated the best draft prospect in the NCAA Football Championship Sub-division ranks by The NFL Draft Report, that professional scouting information service also regards Johnson as the best "value choice" among senior cornerbacks eligible for the 2012 NFL Draft.

"I like to lead by example. I'm not really a yeller and this and that. I like to lead by example, I like to shut down my side of the field - just make big plays for my team," Johnson said. "I like to get my hands on a receiver, just own 'em. That might sound funny, but I like going out there with the mindset that you're not going to catch a ball on me. Just own 'em the whole game."

The 2011 All-American and All-Big Sky Conference selection manned the "boundary" cornerback position, appearing in 14 games during his final campaign. He finished sixth on the team with 54 tackles (37 solos), recording one sack and six stops behind the line of scrimmage. He also posted a crucial quarterback pressure, caused a fumble and saw his sack result in a safety. He intercepted two passes and just nine defenders in the NCAA FCS ranks had more than the senior's 14 passes defended (12 break-ups) during the 2011 campaign.

CAREER NOTES
Johnson started 42 of 47 games at Montana – 21 contests at "field" cornerback and 21 at "boundary" cornerback. … Recorded 173 tackles (105 solos) with 1.5 sacks for minus 9 yards, 13.0 stops for losses of 30 yards, a quarterback pressure and a safety as a result of his 2011 sack. … Caused a fumble and recovered a blocked field goal. … Deflected 35 passes deflections and had 15 interceptions for 188 yards in returns (12.53 avg) and a pair of touchdowns. … Also attempted one pass and carried twice for 11 yards in limited action with the offense. … Gained 178 yards on eight kickoff returns (22.2 avg). … For his entire career, opponents have targeted 305 passes into the cornerback's area, as only 102 of those tosses were completed (33.44%), generating 658 yards, an average of 6.45 yards per pass completion and 2.16 yards per attempt. … Of those 305 attempts, the senior jammed or rerouted his pass coverage assignments away from 160 of those throws (52.46%). … Since shifting to the demanding "boundary" cornerback position prior to his junior campaign (25 games), Johnson had 163 passes thrown in his area, holding those receivers to just 38 catches (23.31%) for 234 yards, equating to 6.16 yards per completion and 1.44 yards per attempt, the second-lowest figures for any starting cornerback in the Division I level during that span. … Also rerouted his assignments away from 91 of those incomplete passes (55.83%). … Tied for fourth among active NCAA Football Championship Subdivision players with 15 interceptions (joined Jeremy Caldwell of Eastern Kentucky and Al-Rilwan Adeyemi of San Diego University), which also rank tied for fourth on the school career-record chart, matching the figure first attained by Tim Hauck (1987-89). The only Grizzlies with more interceptions that duo are Karl Stein (20; 1969-70) and Mick Dennehy (16; 1969, 71-72). … Since the turn of the century year 2000), Johnson's 15 pass thefts are the second-highest total by a Big Sky Conference performer in a career, topped by K.J. Gerard of Northern Arizona (19; 2004-08). … Johnson's 188 yards in returns with those pass thefts placed sixth in Montana annals and is good for 13th among active NCAA Football Championship Subdivision performers. … The senior cornerback's 35 pass deflections established a new school career-record, surpassing the previous mark of 26 by Jimmy Wilson (2004-06, 2010). … Tru's 40 passes defended (break-ups and interceptions) are the most in the FCS ranks, also setting a Grizzly all-time mark. … Johnson recorded 93 third-down stops (87 in pass coverage) and 12 more on fourth-down plays, as he chipped in with 10 special team tackles during his Montana career. … In run support, Johnson made 78 plays, holding those ball carriers to 167 yards (2.14 ypc), collecting six third-down hits, as he registered 40 tackles inside the red zone, including 14 on goal-line plays.

2011 SEASON
Earned All-American first-team honors from The NFL Draft Report and Associated Press, adding second-team accolades from the Sports Network. … Chosen All-Big Sky Conference first-team. … Nominated for the Buck Buchanan Award, given to the best defensive player in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision ranks. … Rated the best draft prospect at the small college level and the most underrated defensive back eligible for the 2012 draft by The NFL Draft Report. … That scouting information service also considers Johnson to be the best "value pick" among draft prospects entering the 2012 draft. … Started 10 of the team's 14 games at "boundary" cornerback, appearing in every contest. … Ranked
Sixth on the team with 54 tackles (37 solos), as his 3-yard sack resulted in a safety, adding six stops for losses of 14 yards and a quarterback pressure. … Caused one fumble, picked off two passes and deflected twelve others. … Led the conference with a total of 14 passes defended. … Had 98 passes targeted into his area, producing four touchdown-saving tackles, as he allowed just 20 receptions for 110 yards and no scores, an average of 5.5 yards per pass completion and 1.12 yards per attempt, as his opponents managed just a .2041 pass completion percentage vs. the senior. … Rerouted/jammed receivers away from 59 of those 98 targeted tosses (60.20%). … Made 28 third-down stops and four more on fourth-down snaps vs. the aerial game. … Provided 29 tackles in run support, delivering six touchdown-saving stops while limiting those runners to only 23 yards (0.79 ypc) while making five third-down hits vs. the running attack. … Produced 11 tackles inside the red zone, with five on third-down plays. … Against his main pass coverage assignments, the boundary cornerback limited those receivers to 15 receptions.

2010 SEASON
Johnson had a banner junior season, as he was a unanimous All-American first-team selection (by The NFL Draft Report, American Football Coaches Association, Associated Press, The Sports Network, Phil Steele and Walter Camp Foundation)...Was one of four players in his conference named to the Walter Camp squad. … Also earned All-Big Sky Conference first-team honors. … The "boundary" cornerback was limited in fall camp by a hamstring strain, but was completely recovered by the season opener, starting all 11 games, as he placed ninth on the squad with 44 tackles (24 solos) that included an assisted sack and four stops for losses totaling 10 yards. … Ranked second in the Big Sky with a team-best four interceptions for 88 yards in returns that included two touchdowns, as he also paced the Grizzlies with seven pass deflections. … Saw brief action on offense, as he attempted one pass vs. Portland State, gained 11 yards on a pair of carries (had an 11-yarder vs. Northern Colorado) and even had a pass thrown his way vs. Idaho State. … On special teams, he gained 178 yards on eight kickoff returns (22.2 avg). … Johnson had 65 passes targeted into his area, rerouting receivers away from 32 of those tosses (49.23%) while allowing just 18 catches (27.69%) for 124 yards, no touchdowns and four first downs, an average of 6.89 yards per pass completion and 1.80 yards per attempt. … Had 21 third-down stops and three more on fourth-down snaps vs. the pass, adding one tackle for the punt coverage unit. … Delivered twelve hits inside the red zone, with three coming on goal-line plays. … Held his main pass coverage assignments to just five receptions for 48 yards (9.6 ypc). … Added 27 plays vs. the running game, limiting those ball carriers to only 61 yards (2.26 ypc), as he made five stops for loss (assists and solos), along with posting six tackles at the line of scrimmage for no gain. … Was penalized just twice (face mask vs. Eastern Washington and unsportsmanlike conduct vs. North Dakota.

2009 SEASON
Johnson earned All-Big Sky Conference first-team honors, despite missing four games. … Started 10-of-11 contests at "field" cornerback, coming off the bench vs. Cal Poly. … Was suspended for the season opener vs. Western State (academics) and was forced to sit out the Sacramento State (concussion), Idaho State and Northern Colorado (fractured right forearm) clashes. … Ranked eighth on the team with 54 tackles (31 solos) that included three stops for losses of 6 yards. … Tied for second in the nation (along with Patrick Stoudamire of Western Illinois) with 17 passes defended, as he led the Grizzlies with twelve pass deflection and five interceptions for 14 yards in returns. … Johnson would have ranked first in the league in pass deflections (1.09 pg) and second in interceptions (0.45 pg), but because he did not play in the NCAA-required 75 percent (he played in 11 of 15, or 73.3%) of UM's games, he failed to qualify. … Also recovered a blocked field goal. … Had 85 passes targeted into his territory, rerouting his opponents away from 40 of those throws (47.06%), as he allowed 34 catches (40.0%) for 266 yards, no touchdowns and just eight first downs, as those receivers averaged 7.82 yards per pass completion and 3.13 yards per attempt. … Made 24 third-down stops and two more on fourth-down vs. the aerial game. … Had 14 tackles inside the end zone, including five goal-line stops. … Made 22 hits vs. the ground game, giving up just 77 yards (3.5 ypc), as he posted three stops for loss and had five more tackles at the line of scrimmage for no gain. … Was penalized a total of five times (two vs. Portland State, two vs. South Dakota State and one vs. Eastern Washington). … Named the Sports Network's co-National Player of the Week because of his outstanding play in a 17-10 victory at Cal-Davis and was also chosen the Big Sky's Player of the Week on defense that week.

2008 SEASON
Named Freshman All-American first-team by The NFL Draft Report. … Added All-Big Sky Conference honorable mention. … After originally being recruited as a wide receiver, the true freshman was shifted to the defensive backfield during the fall camp's second practice, going on to start the Grizzlies' first 11 games at "field" cornerback. … Was forced to miss the team's final five contests after suffering posterior cruciate ligament damage in his right knee vs. Idaho State. … Finished with 21 tackles (13 solos) with four pass deflections and four interceptions for 93 yards in returns (23.2 avg). … Had 57 passes targeted into his area, preventing his opponents from getting to 29 of those throws (50.88%). … Those receivers caught 20 of those balls (35.09%) for 158 yards, no touch-downs and seven first downs, an average of 7.33 yards per reception and 2.47 yards per pass attempt, as he produced 14 third-down stops and three more on fourth-down plays. … Added one tackle for the kickoff coverage unit. … Surprisingly, he was involved in just one running play, a 6-yarder that resulted in his knee injury, vs. Idaho State.

INJURY REPORT
2008 Season. … Johnson missed the team's final five games vs. Montana State (11/22), Texas State (11/29), Weber State (12/06), James Madison (12/12) and Richmond (12/19) after he suffered a right knee posterior cruciate ligament injury during first quarter action vs. Idaho State (11/15). Unable to put weight on his right leg, the knee was iced and wrapped and he spent the rest of the ISU game on the sideline.
2009 Season. … Sat out the Sacramento State game (10/24) due to a concussion. … Did not play vs. Idaho State (11/07) and Northern Colorado (11/14) due to a fractured right fore-arm. … Re-injured his right forearm in the Appalachian State clash (12/12), but returned to prevent a potential game-winning touchdown catch in the end zone as time ran out in a
24-17 Montana triumph.
2010 Season. … Limited in late August camp (8/28) with a slight hamstring strain.

AGILITY TESTS
4.61 in the 40-yard dash. … 1.62 10-yard dash. … 2.62 20-yard dash. … 4.15 20-yard shuttle. …
11.68 60-yard shuttle. … 7.20 three-cone drill. … 35 ½-inch vertical jump. … 10'2" broad jump. … Bench pressed 225 pounds 19 times. … 33 ¼-inch arm length. … 9 3/8-inch hands. … 78 7/8-inch wingspan. … 11 Wonderlic score.

HIGH SCHOOL
Johnson attended Thomas Edison (Stockton, Cal.) High School, playing football for head coach Elliott Burke. … The three-time gridiron letterman performed as a defensive back (mostly at strong safety), wide receiver and quarterback, in addition to handling kickoff return chores. … As a sophomore, he recorded his first prep interception vs. Bear Creek, but the team struggled to a 2-8 record. … As a junior, Johnson was named All-League as a wide receiver. … Switched to jersey #2 from the #6 he wore as a sophomore, going on to grab 40 passes for 703 yards (17.58 ypc) and nine touchdowns. … Also completed 4-of-6 tosses for 191 yards, three scores and an interception, adding 99 yards and two touch-downs on 20 carries (4.95 ypc) while posting 66 points. … On defense, he recorded 67 tackles (57 solos) with an interception and a sack. … In 2006, Johnson had five solo tackles and an interception, along with five receptions for 126 yards and a 40-yard score in the season opener vs. Bear Creek. … Totaled five more hits and gained 71 yards on four catches, including a touchdown while also delivering a sack vs. Chavez. … Registered 12 tackles (8 solos) with three kickoff returns for 65 yards, six catches for 82 yards with a score and also tossed an 82-yard touchdown vs. Franklin. … Followed with a season-best 13 tackles (11 solos), a 48-yard kickoff return and three grabs for 32 yards and a touchdown vs. Downey. … Added a pair of touchdowns and 99 yards on five catches, completed both pass attempts for 79 yards, including a 44-yard score and was in on eight hits (7 solos) vs. Tokay. … The next week, he snared seven passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns, with a long of 47, in addition to throwing a 30-yard score in the Stagg clash. … As a senior, he was named to the school's Hall of Fame as a defensive back and was an All-League and All-Sac-Joaquin Section first-team choice as a quarterback and defensive back. … Completed 93-of-177 passes (52.5%) for 1,566 yards, 18 touchdowns and eight interceptions, adding 492 yards and three scores on 57 carries (8.93 ypc). … Returned six kickoffs for 168 yards (28.0 avg), with a long of 79 and the strong safety registered 50 tackles (34 solos) with a pair of interceptions. … In the 2007 season opener, Johnson picked off a pass, recorded 10 tackles (6 solos), caused a fumble, returned three kickoffs for 118 yards (39.33 avg) with a long of 79 and completed 21-of-33 throws (63.6%) for 324 yards and three touchdowns. … Had two more scoring tosses and 194 aerial yards, adding 138 yards on 15 carries and three tackles vs. Chavez. … Totaled 174 yards on 11-of-20 passes with three touchdowns, ran for 70 yards on 11 tries and posted nine tackles vs. Downey. … Connected on 6-of-9 attempts for 46 yards and two scores while also running for a 50-yard touchdown on 11 carries for 108 yards, collecting seven tackles (5 solos) vs. West. … Threw for 241 yards and three touchdowns, including a 78-yarder on just 7-of-12 throws, rushing for a 28-yard score to go with eight tackles and an 88-yard interception return for a touchdown in the 49-16 victory over Stagg. … Ended his prep career with 236 yards and two scores on 15-of-32 passes, 89 yards and a 33-yard touchdown on six carries and two tackles vs. St. Mary's, but was intercepted five times in a 61-27 loss. … Also lettered in track and basketball. … The three-time hoops letterman and point guard was named team MVP and served as squad captain while garnering All-Conference honors as a senior. … Guided coach Richard Lynch's 2006-07 unit to a 21-9 overall record and an 8-2 mark in league play. … As a senior in 2007-08, the Vikings recorded a 22-9 record, winning nine of ten league contests.

PERSONAL
Sociology major. … Son of Lynn Stallworth and Curtis Johnson. … Nicknamed "Tru". … Born 1/01/90. … Resides in Stockton, California.


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\r\n\r\n","mobileBody":" Most National Football League defensive backs hail from the major college ranks, but several organizations, most notably Arizona, Atlanta, Buffalo, Jacksonville and the New York Giants have unearthed \"hidden talents\" that have played major roles in their success. While scouts are willing to debate on most any draft prospect, they seem to all be in unison – the best defensive player below the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision ranks is Montana's Trumaine Johnson. The Grizzly standout is an outstanding press coverage cornerback whose ability to make plays inside the box have drawn favorable comparisons to Pittsburgh Steelers' standout, Ike Taylor. While Taylor and Johnson display the hitting ability of a linebacker, Johnson adds another dimension that Taylor fails to possess – the ability to \"sky high\" over a receiver and come up with the crucial interception. His hands are so natural, that Johnson has also been utilized as a receiver, on occasion and many scouts feel he can develop into a top-notch return specialist, thanks to his cat-like running stride, explosive burst and loose hips that allow him to change direction in an instant. Johnson has extensive experience at both the boundary and field cornerback positions, but his hard-hitting style of play could see a team in need use him as a free safety in the NFL. Since shifting to boundary cornerback as a junior, Johnson has made 56 plays vs. opposing ball carriers, holding those runners to just three first-down carries and 84 yards gained on the ground (1.50 ypc). During that span, Johnson made seven touchdown-saving tackles in run support. The cornerback has produced 40 stops inside the red zone since arriving at Montana, with 14 of those hits coming on goal-line plays. He has posted 16 tackles-for-loss (assists and solos), along with taking down rushers at the line of scrimmage for no gain 16 other times. While Johnson plays with reckless abandon and little regard for his own safety taking on blockers and ball carriers, he has also excelled vs. the passing game. The opposition targeted 305 passes into the cornerback's area since his freshman campaign. Only 102 of those tosses were completed (33.44%), generating 658 yards, an average of 6.45 yards per pass completion and 2.16 yards per attempt. Of those 305 attempts, the senior jammed or rerouted his pass coverage assignments away from 160 of those throws (52.46%). The move to boundary cornerback has shown even further dominance by Johnson in shutting down the opposition's aerial attack. Since taking over that position in 2010, he has had 163 passes thrown in his area. He held those receivers to just 38 catches (23.31%) for 234 yards, equating to 6.16 yards per completion and 1.44 yards per attempt, the second-lowest figures for any starting cornerback in the Division I level during that span. He also rerouted his assignments away from 91 of those incomplete passes (55.83%). While his ability as a shutdown cornerback is evidenced above, further cementing Johnson's rank as one of the truly elite defensive players in college football by these impressive numbers – he is tied for fourth among active NCAA Football Championship Subdivision players with 15 interceptions, which also ranks tied for fourth on the school career-record chart. Johnson's 188 yards in returns with those pass thefts placed sixth in Montana annals and is good for 13th among active NCAA FCS performers. The senior cornerback's 35 pass deflections established a new school career-record, and his 40 passes defended (break-ups and interceptions) are the most in the FCS ranks, also setting a Grizzly all-time mark. Johnson has been a sensational \"drive killer\" during his Grizzly career. He has forced the opposition to kick the ball away numerous times, as he recorded 93 third-down stops and twelve more on fourth-down plays. He has chipped in with ten special team tackles and even tried his hand as a kickoff returner during his junior season, averaging 22.2 yards per runback. On offense, he attempted one pass and carried the ball twice for 11 yards. Prior to his arrival at Montana, Johnson excelled in football, basketball and track at Edison High School. The three-time gridiron letterman performed as a defensive back (mostly at strong safety), wide receiver and quarterback, in addition to handling kickoff return chores. As a sophomore, he recorded his first prep interception vs. Bear Creek, but the team struggled to a 2-8 record. As a junior, Johnson was named All-League as a wide receiver. He switched to jersey #2 from the #6 he wore as a sophomore, going on to grab 40 passes for 703 yards (17.58 ypc) and nine touchdowns. He also completed 4 of 6 tosses for 191 yards, three scores and an interception, adding 99 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries (4.95 ypc) while posting 66 points. On defense, he recorded 67 tackles (57 solos) with an interception and a sack. In 2006, Johnson had five solo tackles and an interception, along with five receptions for 126 yards and a 40-yard score in the season opener vs. Bear Creek. He totaled five more hits and gained 71 yards on four catches, including a touchdown while also delivering a sack vs. Chavez. He registered 12 tackles (8 solos) with three kickoff returns for 65 yards, six catches for 82 yards with a score and also tossed an 82-yard touchdown vs. Franklin. Johnson followed with a season-best 13 tackles (11 solos), a 48-yard kickoff return and three grabs for 32 yards and a touchdown vs. Downey. He added a pair of touchdowns and 99 yards on five catches, completed both pass attempts for 79 yards, including a 44-yard score and was in on eight hits (7 solos) vs. Tokay. The next week, he snared seven passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns, with a long of 47, in addition to throwing a 30-yard score in the Stagg clash. As a senior, Johnson was named to the school's Hall of Fame as a defensive back and was an All-League and All-Sac-Joaquin Section first-team choice as a quarterback and defensive back during his final campaign. He completed 93 of 177 passes (52.5%) for 1,566 yards, 18 touchdowns and eight interceptions, adding 492 yards and three scores on 57 carries (8.93 ypc). He returned six kickoffs for 168 yards (28.0 avg), with a long of 79 and the strong safety registered 50 tackles (34 solos) with a pair of interceptions. In the 2007 season opener, Johnson picked off a pass, recorded 10 tackles (6 solos), caused a fumble, returned three kickoffs for 118 yards (39.33 avg) with a long of 79 and completed 21 of 33 throws (63.6%) for 324 yards and three touchdowns. He had two more scoring tosses and 194 aerial yards, adding 138 yards on 15 carries and three tackles vs. Chavez. He totaled 174 yards on 11 of 20 passes with three touchdowns, ran for 70 yards on 11 tries and posted nine tackles vs. Downey. Johnson connected on 6 of 9 attempts for 46 yards and two scores while also running for a 50-yard touchdown on 11 carries for 108 yards, collecting seven tackles (5 solos) vs. West. He threw for 241 yards and three touchdowns, including a 78-yarder on just 7-of-12 throws, rushing for a 28-yard score to go with eight tackles and an 88-yard interception return for a touchdown in the 49-16 victory over Stagg. He ended his prep career with 236 yards and two scores on 15-of-32 passes, 89 yards and a 33-yard touchdown on six carries and two tackles vs. St. Mary's, but was intercepted five times in a 61-27 loss. Johnson also lettered in track and basketball. The three-time hoops letterman and point guard was named team MVP and served as squad captain while garnering All-Conference honors as a senior. He guided coach Richard Lynch's 2006-07 unit to a 21-9 overall record and an 8-2 mark in league play. The following season, the Vikings recorded a 22-9 record, winning nine of 10 league contests. Johnson drew recruiting interest from Fresno State, Oregon and Southern California, but on Feb. 8, 2008, he signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Montana. The multi-sport star would concentrate strictly on football in the collegiate ranks. \"Trumaine was always busy,\" said his father, Curtis Johnson. \"From six years old and on, he played sports all year round, and we couldn't keep him off the field or court or diamond. In time he concentrated on basketball and football, and in high school I figured he would choose football. I knew he could take it to the next level.\" And take it to the next level he did. Playing for a \"tough hombre\" in head coach Bobby Hauck, Johnson arrived on Montana's campus in 2008 expecting to compete for a job as a wide receiver, but by the second preseason practice, the staff shifted him to the defensive backfield. \"They switched me on the second day I was here. I didn't even get a chance,\" said Johnson, who was told by Hauck the Griz were in dire need of a defensive back. \"I said I'd try it out. I think it's worked for the best.\" Johnson earned All-Big Sky Conference honorable mention as a true freshman, as he started the team's first 11 games before being sidelined for the final five contests due to a right knee posterior cruciate ligament injury. Manning the \"field\" cornerback slot, he recorded 21 tackles (13 solos), leading the team with four interceptions for 93 yards in returns, as he also deflected four other throws. On 57 passes targeted into his area, he rerouted receivers away from 29 tosses, allowing just 20 completions (35.09%) for 158 yards. 14 of his stops came on third-down plays, with three more on fourth-down snaps. He also had one tackle with the kickoff coverage unit. The 2009 season got off to a rocky start, as Johnson was suspended for the season opener vs. Western State. He only played in 11 games, as he sat out the Sacramento State (concussion), Idaho State and Northern Colorado (fractured right forearm) contests. The All-Big Sky Conference first-team choice still managed to record 54 tackles (31 solos) with three stops for losses from his field cornerback position, adding National Player of the Week honors vs. Cal-Davis. Johnson established his \"legacy\" with a gutsy performance vs. Appalachian State in the 2009 NCAA FCS playoffs. He had suffered a right forearm injury in the fourth quarter that was diagnosed in the locker room as another fracture. He devised a very rough \"make-shift\" cast and returned to the field. On the final play of the game, he prevented All-American receiver Brian Quick from catching a potential game-winning touchdown pass in the end zone as time expired, preserving a 24-17 win, propelling the Grizzlies into the FCS title game the following week vs. Villanova. Johnson tied for second in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision ranks with 17 passes defended, as he broke up twelve throws and intercepted five others. He had 34-of-85 passes targeted into his area caught by the opposition (40.0%) for 266 yards and no touchdowns, limiting those receivers to 7.82 yards per pass completion and 3.13 yards per attempt. He recorded 25 third-down stops, along with two more on fourth-down plays, making 14 tackles inside the red zone, with five coming on goal-line plays. Prior to the 2010 season, Johnson, fully recovered from injury woes the previous season, shifted to the demanding boundary cornerback position. He quickly established himself as the best press coverage defender in the FCS ranks, delivering 44 tackles (24 solos) with an assisted sack and four stops behind the line of scrimmage. The unanimous first-team All-American and All-Big Sky Conference choice also saw action on offense, attempting one pass while running two reverses for a total of 11 yards. The ball-hawk broke up seven passes and intercepted four others for 88 yards in returns that included two touchdown runbacks. He had 65 passes targeted into his area, as the opposition caught 18 of those balls (27.69%) for 124 yards and no touchdowns, an average of 6.89 yards per completion and a college football-low 1.80 yards per attempt. He made 21 third-down stops, two more on fourth-down and also jammed/rerouted receivers away from 32 other throws. He posted 12 tackles inside the red zone, including three on goal-line plays. An upbeat character and positive locker room presence, Johnson claims that the women in Montana love his mini-Mohawk haircut. \"It's something different,\" he said. It may also make him an inch or two taller than his 6-foot-3 listing in the University of Montana's literature. \"I get a lot of garbage back at home for it,\" said the cornerback. \"My parents think I'm crazy, and my boys think I'm dumb. But it's all good.\" Prior to Johnson's final season, current Montana head coach Robin Pflugrad said that he expected big things from his All-American cornerback in 2011, noting, \"He really is a talented athlete. The one thing that ‘Tru' really needs to work on is just his consistency in practices, which obviously leads to the games. I don't think ‘Tru' was challenged enough this spring as a defensive back. It gets to the point that sometimes things are just too easy for him, and that's not good. We have to do a better job coaching him and make it tougher on him. We cannot let him have any lapses in the physical or mental part of his game. If he doesn't have any lapses he will be as good of a player who has ever been here. And that's on him. That is totally up to ‘Tru.' \"Playing him offensively, there is no question we will do that. How much he can handle, physically and mentally, we are still sifting through that process. He can do some things with the football that not a lot of players in the Big Sky Conference can do. He has not played on special teams here at Montana, and he needs to. He could become a great special teams player. If you wrap all that up that's a pretty impressive player.\" The accolades and awards would definitely come for Montana cornerback Trumaine Johnson in 2011, as he was an All-American and All-Big Sky Conference first-team choice, but it is the year 2012 and beyond that the boundary cornerback is hoping will make a lasting impression. But, \"Tru,\" as Johnson often goes by, still has fond memories of some of the team's achievements during his collegiate career. \"Going to the national champion-ship (game) my freshman and sophomore years, I'm on top of cloud nine,\" he remembered about Montana's superb 2008 and '09 squads. \"My junior campaign, not even to make the playoffs, that was heartbreaking. That hurt the most. Me and my teammates are starving, trying to get back to the top.\" Johnson is there in one aspect. Rated the best draft prospect in the NCAA Football Championship Sub-division ranks by The NFL Draft Report, that professional scouting information service also regards Johnson as the best \"value choice\" among senior cornerbacks eligible for the 2012 NFL Draft. \"I like to lead by example. I'm not really a yeller and this and that. I like to lead by example, I like to shut down my side of the field - just make big plays for my team,\" Johnson said. \"I like to get my hands on a receiver, just own 'em. That might sound funny, but I like going out there with the mindset that you're not going to catch a ball on me. Just own 'em the whole game.\" The 2011 All-American and All-Big Sky Conference selection manned the \"boundary\" cornerback position, appearing in 14 games during his final campaign. He finished sixth on the team with 54 tackles (37 solos), recording one sack and six stops behind the line of scrimmage. He also posted a crucial quarterback pressure, caused a fumble and saw his sack result in a safety. He intercepted two passes and just nine defenders in the NCAA FCS ranks had more than the senior's 14 passes defended (12 break-ups) during the 2011 campaign. Johnson started 42 of 47 games at Montana – 21 contests at \"field\" cornerback and 21 at \"boundary\" cornerback. … Recorded 173 tackles (105 solos) with 1.5 sacks for minus 9 yards, 13.0 stops for losses of 30 yards, a quarterback pressure and a safety as a result of his 2011 sack. … Caused a fumble and recovered a blocked field goal. … Deflected 35 passes deflections and had 15 interceptions for 188 yards in returns (12.53 avg) and a pair of touchdowns. … Also attempted one pass and carried twice for 11 yards in limited action with the offense. … Gained 178 yards on eight kickoff returns (22.2 avg). … For his entire career, opponents have targeted 305 passes into the cornerback's area, as only 102 of those tosses were completed (33.44%), generating 658 yards, an average of 6.45 yards per pass completion and 2.16 yards per attempt. … Of those 305 attempts, the senior jammed or rerouted his pass coverage assignments away from 160 of those throws (52.46%). … Since shifting to the demanding \"boundary\" cornerback position prior to his junior campaign (25 games), Johnson had 163 passes thrown in his area, holding those receivers to just 38 catches (23.31%) for 234 yards, equating to 6.16 yards per completion and 1.44 yards per attempt, the second-lowest figures for any starting cornerback in the Division I level during that span. … Also rerouted his assignments away from 91 of those incomplete passes (55.83%). … Tied for fourth among active NCAA Football Championship Subdivision players with 15 interceptions (joined Jeremy Caldwell of Eastern Kentucky and Al-Rilwan Adeyemi of San Diego University), which also rank tied for fourth on the school career-record chart, matching the figure first attained by Tim Hauck (1987-89). The only Grizzlies with more interceptions that duo are Karl Stein (20; 1969-70) and Mick Dennehy (16; 1969, 71-72). … Since the turn of the century year 2000), Johnson's 15 pass thefts are the second-highest total by a Big Sky Conference performer in a career, topped by K.J. Gerard of Northern Arizona (19; 2004-08). … Johnson's 188 yards in returns with those pass thefts placed sixth in Montana annals and is good for 13th among active NCAA Football Championship Subdivision performers. … The senior cornerback's 35 pass deflections established a new school career-record, surpassing the previous mark of 26 by Jimmy Wilson (2004-06, 2010). … Tru's 40 passes defended (break-ups and interceptions) are the most in the FCS ranks, also setting a Grizzly all-time mark. … Johnson recorded 93 third-down stops (87 in pass coverage) and 12 more on fourth-down plays, as he chipped in with 10 special team tackles during his Montana career. … In run support, Johnson made 78 plays, holding those ball carriers to 167 yards (2.14 ypc), collecting six third-down hits, as he registered 40 tackles inside the red zone, including 14 on goal-line plays. Earned All-American first-team honors from The NFL Draft Report and Associated Press, adding second-team accolades from the Sports Network. … Chosen All-Big Sky Conference first-team. … Nominated for the Buck Buchanan Award, given to the best defensive player in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision ranks. … Rated the best draft prospect at the small college level and the most underrated defensive back eligible for the 2012 draft by The NFL Draft Report. … That scouting information service also considers Johnson to be the best \"value pick\" among draft prospects entering the 2012 draft. … Started 10 of the team's 14 games at \"boundary\" cornerback, appearing in every contest. … Ranked Sixth on the team with 54 tackles (37 solos), as his 3-yard sack resulted in a safety, adding six stops for losses of 14 yards and a quarterback pressure. … Caused one fumble, picked off two passes and deflected twelve others. … Led the conference with a total of 14 passes defended. … Had 98 passes targeted into his area, producing four touchdown-saving tackles, as he allowed just 20 receptions for 110 yards and no scores, an average of 5.5 yards per pass completion and 1.12 yards per attempt, as his opponents managed just a .2041 pass completion percentage vs. the senior. … Rerouted/jammed receivers away from 59 of those 98 targeted tosses (60.20%). … Made 28 third-down stops and four more on fourth-down snaps vs. the aerial game. … Provided 29 tackles in run support, delivering six touchdown-saving stops while limiting those runners to only 23 yards (0.79 ypc) while making five third-down hits vs. the running attack. … Produced 11 tackles inside the red zone, with five on third-down plays. … Against his main pass coverage assignments, the boundary cornerback limited those receivers to 15 receptions. Johnson had a banner junior season, as he was a unanimous All-American first-team selection (by The NFL Draft Report, American Football Coaches Association, Associated Press, The Sports Network, Phil Steele and Walter Camp Foundation)...Was one of four players in his conference named to the Walter Camp squad. … Also earned All-Big Sky Conference first-team honors. … The \"boundary\" cornerback was limited in fall camp by a hamstring strain, but was completely recovered by the season opener, starting all 11 games, as he placed ninth on the squad with 44 tackles (24 solos) that included an assisted sack and four stops for losses totaling 10 yards. … Ranked second in the Big Sky with a team-best four interceptions for 88 yards in returns that included two touchdowns, as he also paced the Grizzlies with seven pass deflections. … Saw brief action on offense, as he attempted one pass vs. Portland State, gained 11 yards on a pair of carries (had an 11-yarder vs. Northern Colorado) and even had a pass thrown his way vs. Idaho State. … On special teams, he gained 178 yards on eight kickoff returns (22.2 avg). … Johnson had 65 passes targeted into his area, rerouting receivers away from 32 of those tosses (49.23%) while allowing just 18 catches (27.69%) for 124 yards, no touchdowns and four first downs, an average of 6.89 yards per pass completion and 1.80 yards per attempt. … Had 21 third-down stops and three more on fourth-down snaps vs. the pass, adding one tackle for the punt coverage unit. … Delivered twelve hits inside the red zone, with three coming on goal-line plays. … Held his main pass coverage assignments to just five receptions for 48 yards (9.6 ypc). … Added 27 plays vs. the running game, limiting those ball carriers to only 61 yards (2.26 ypc), as he made five stops for loss (assists and solos), along with posting six tackles at the line of scrimmage for no gain. … Was penalized just twice (face mask vs. Eastern Washington and unsportsmanlike conduct vs. North Dakota. Johnson earned All-Big Sky Conference first-team honors, despite missing four games. … Started 10-of-11 contests at \"field\" cornerback, coming off the bench vs. Cal Poly. … Was suspended for the season opener vs. Western State (academics) and was forced to sit out the Sacramento State (concussion), Idaho State and Northern Colorado (fractured right forearm) clashes. … Ranked eighth on the team with 54 tackles (31 solos) that included three stops for losses of 6 yards. … Tied for second in the nation (along with Patrick Stoudamire of Western Illinois) with 17 passes defended, as he led the Grizzlies with twelve pass deflection and five interceptions for 14 yards in returns. … Johnson would have ranked first in the league in pass deflections (1.09 pg) and second in interceptions (0.45 pg), but because he did not play in the NCAA-required 75 percent (he played in 11 of 15, or 73.3%) of UM's games, he failed to qualify. … Also recovered a blocked field goal. … Had 85 passes targeted into his territory, rerouting his opponents away from 40 of those throws (47.06%), as he allowed 34 catches (40.0%) for 266 yards, no touchdowns and just eight first downs, as those receivers averaged 7.82 yards per pass completion and 3.13 yards per attempt. … Made 24 third-down stops and two more on fourth-down vs. the aerial game. … Had 14 tackles inside the end zone, including five goal-line stops. … Made 22 hits vs. the ground game, giving up just 77 yards (3.5 ypc), as he posted three stops for loss and had five more tackles at the line of scrimmage for no gain. … Was penalized a total of five times (two vs. Portland State, two vs. South Dakota State and one vs. Eastern Washington). … Named the Sports Network's co-National Player of the Week because of his outstanding play in a 17-10 victory at Cal-Davis and was also chosen the Big Sky's Player of the Week on defense that week. Named Freshman All-American first-team by The NFL Draft Report. … Added All-Big Sky Conference honorable mention. … After originally being recruited as a wide receiver, the true freshman was shifted to the defensive backfield during the fall camp's second practice, going on to start the Grizzlies' first 11 games at \"field\" cornerback. … Was forced to miss the team's final five contests after suffering posterior cruciate ligament damage in his right knee vs. Idaho State. … Finished with 21 tackles (13 solos) with four pass deflections and four interceptions for 93 yards in returns (23.2 avg). … Had 57 passes targeted into his area, preventing his opponents from getting to 29 of those throws (50.88%). … Those receivers caught 20 of those balls (35.09%) for 158 yards, no touch-downs and seven first downs, an average of 7.33 yards per reception and 2.47 yards per pass attempt, as he produced 14 third-down stops and three more on fourth-down plays. … Added one tackle for the kickoff coverage unit. … Surprisingly, he was involved in just one running play, a 6-yarder that resulted in his knee injury, vs. Idaho State. 2008 Season. … Johnson missed the team's final five games vs. Montana State (11/22), Texas State (11/29), Weber State (12/06), James Madison (12/12) and Richmond (12/19) after he suffered a right knee posterior cruciate ligament injury during first quarter action vs. Idaho State (11/15). Unable to put weight on his right leg, the knee was iced and wrapped and he spent the rest of the ISU game on the sideline. 2009 Season. … Sat out the Sacramento State game (10/24) due to a concussion. … Did not play vs. Idaho State (11/07) and Northern Colorado (11/14) due to a fractured right fore-arm. … Re-injured his right forearm in the Appalachian State clash (12/12), but returned to prevent a potential game-winning touchdown catch in the end zone as time ran out in a 24-17 Montana triumph. 2010 Season. … Limited in late August camp (8/28) with a slight hamstring strain. 4.61 in the 40-yard dash. … 1.62 10-yard dash. … 2.62 20-yard dash. … 4.15 20-yard shuttle. … 11.68 60-yard shuttle. … 7.20 three-cone drill. … 35 ½-inch vertical jump. … 10'2\" broad jump. … Bench pressed 225 pounds 19 times. … 33 ¼-inch arm length. … 9 3/8-inch hands. … 78 7/8-inch wingspan. … 11 Wonderlic score. Johnson attended Thomas Edison (Stockton, Cal.) High School, playing football for head coach Elliott Burke. … The three-time gridiron letterman performed as a defensive back (mostly at strong safety), wide receiver and quarterback, in addition to handling kickoff return chores. … As a sophomore, he recorded his first prep interception vs. Bear Creek, but the team struggled to a 2-8 record. … As a junior, Johnson was named All-League as a wide receiver. … Switched to jersey #2 from the #6 he wore as a sophomore, going on to grab 40 passes for 703 yards (17.58 ypc) and nine touchdowns. … Also completed 4-of-6 tosses for 191 yards, three scores and an interception, adding 99 yards and two touch-downs on 20 carries (4.95 ypc) while posting 66 points. … On defense, he recorded 67 tackles (57 solos) with an interception and a sack. … In 2006, Johnson had five solo tackles and an interception, along with five receptions for 126 yards and a 40-yard score in the season opener vs. Bear Creek. … Totaled five more hits and gained 71 yards on four catches, including a touchdown while also delivering a sack vs. Chavez. … Registered 12 tackles (8 solos) with three kickoff returns for 65 yards, six catches for 82 yards with a score and also tossed an 82-yard touchdown vs. Franklin. … Followed with a season-best 13 tackles (11 solos), a 48-yard kickoff return and three grabs for 32 yards and a touchdown vs. Downey. … Added a pair of touchdowns and 99 yards on five catches, completed both pass attempts for 79 yards, including a 44-yard score and was in on eight hits (7 solos) vs. Tokay. … The next week, he snared seven passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns, with a long of 47, in addition to throwing a 30-yard score in the Stagg clash. … As a senior, he was named to the school's Hall of Fame as a defensive back and was an All-League and All-Sac-Joaquin Section first-team choice as a quarterback and defensive back. … Completed 93-of-177 passes (52.5%) for 1,566 yards, 18 touchdowns and eight interceptions, adding 492 yards and three scores on 57 carries (8.93 ypc). … Returned six kickoffs for 168 yards (28.0 avg), with a long of 79 and the strong safety registered 50 tackles (34 solos) with a pair of interceptions. … In the 2007 season opener, Johnson picked off a pass, recorded 10 tackles (6 solos), caused a fumble, returned three kickoffs for 118 yards (39.33 avg) with a long of 79 and completed 21-of-33 throws (63.6%) for 324 yards and three touchdowns. … Had two more scoring tosses and 194 aerial yards, adding 138 yards on 15 carries and three tackles vs. Chavez. … Totaled 174 yards on 11-of-20 passes with three touchdowns, ran for 70 yards on 11 tries and posted nine tackles vs. Downey. … Connected on 6-of-9 attempts for 46 yards and two scores while also running for a 50-yard touchdown on 11 carries for 108 yards, collecting seven tackles (5 solos) vs. West. … Threw for 241 yards and three touchdowns, including a 78-yarder on just 7-of-12 throws, rushing for a 28-yard score to go with eight tackles and an 88-yard interception return for a touchdown in the 49-16 victory over Stagg. … Ended his prep career with 236 yards and two scores on 15-of-32 passes, 89 yards and a 33-yard touchdown on six carries and two tackles vs. St. Mary's, but was intercepted five times in a 61-27 loss. … Also lettered in track and basketball. … The three-time hoops letterman and point guard was named team MVP and served as squad captain while garnering All-Conference honors as a senior. … Guided coach Richard Lynch's 2006-07 unit to a 21-9 overall record and an 8-2 mark in league play. … As a senior in 2007-08, the Vikings recorded a 22-9 record, winning nine of ten league contests. Sociology major. … Son of Lynn Stallworth and Curtis Johnson. … Nicknamed \"Tru\". … Born 1/01/90. … Resides in Stockton, California. 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