|Other College:||Mt. San Antonio (Calif.) Coll.|
2017: Played in all 12 games, including seven as a starter . . . Responsible for 42 tackles, two interceptions for 30 yards and two fumble recoveries for 16 yards . . . Ranked sixth on the team in tackles, but fourth among defensive backs . . . Two fumble recoveries tied the second most by a Sun Belt player . . . One of just six players in the Sun Belt Conference with at least 42 tackles, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries . . . Two picks tied the second most on the team . . . Registered at least one tackle in every game and had multiple stops in 10 contests, including a career-high six against both Middle Tennessee and Louisiana . . . Posted five tackles in games against Texas State and SMU . . . Recorded his first interception of the season at Georgia Southern and returned it 30 yards, while his second came two games later against Louisiana . . . Returned a fumble 16 yards versus UAPB and had another recovery against Troy in the Red Wolves’ regular-season finale.
SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE: Johnson came to A-State after spending the previous two seasons at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif. . . . Named as the Southern California Football Association’s (SCFA) National Division Central Defensive Player of the Year in 2016 . . . Earned All-California Community College Region III First-Team Defense accolades . . . Posted 49 tackles (third most on the team), tied for the team lead in pass breakups with eight and led the team interceptions with six as the Mounties registered an 8-3 record . . . Recorded 13 tackles in six games as freshman in 2015.
HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Champagnat Catholic High School in Hialeah, Fla. . . . Helped lead CCHS to 2013 Class 2-A state championship . . . Listed as a three-star recruit by ESPN and 247Sports . . . Ranked as the No. 6 and No. 7 junior college safety in the nation by 247Sports and ESPN, respectively . . . Also recruited by school such as Florida Atlantic and Nevada.
PERSONAL: Born Feb. 2, 1995 . . . Son of Lakisha Johnson . . . General studies major.
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