After missing all of spring camp, big 6’2”, 305-pound nose tackle Marques Johnson is back in the mix challenging for playing time. At this stage of fall camp, Johnson is currently on the second team behind Travis Tuiloma, but whether or not Johnson regains the starting position or not, he’ll see plenty of playing time this season.
August 8, 2014
The nose guard position is one of the more important positions within the 3-4 defense. It's a position that the defense heavily relies upon for success, but it isn't often celebrated. It's a thankless job, but a job of such importance that bad play can cause a ripple effect throughout the front seven.
August 8, 2013
After redshirting last season due to an injury, Marques Johnson is back with a year at BYU under his belt and is 100 percent healthy. He's growing and improving every day as a nose guard, but he's also growing in other ways because of his surroundings.
March 25, 2013
The Warriors finished the season 8-3 and their defense was loaded with talented prospects that are getting long looks from some four-year schools. Today, JCFootball.com takes a look at some of the top defensive prospects from El Camino this season and where they are in the recruiting process as we approach the mid-year signing period...
December 5, 2011