The good: Big, gifted wideout displayed incredible athleticism for the position over his three seasons at Georgia Tech. He has incredible hands, speed, leaping ability, size and overall talent. He combines all the necessary ingredients to become an elite pro player. He creates an impossible matchup for even the best cornerback. His combination of skills gives an offense a rare weapon - especially in the red zone.
The bad: Wasn't used as effectively as he could have been in college. Lack of a big-time quarterback caused him to disappear in a few games the last two seasons. Because of that, losing focus could be an issue.
Outlook: At a position where most stars are prima donnas, he is a team-oriented star who can be a major difference-maker. Johnson is a Pro Bowl-caliber receiver with all the talent to become a special playmaker. The Raiders, Bucs and Browns very interested early in the first round. Johnson is a top-four pick.
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