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2016 NFL DRAFT

Leonard Johnson, CB

School: Iowa State  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Clearwater, FL
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 196 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
128164
SeptemberTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GamedateOppResultTklAstTotSacksIntYdsLgTDPass DefFFRecYdsTD
09/03NIAW 20-19    00 0    
09/10IAW 44-41    00 0    
09/16@CTW 24-20    00 0    
OctoberTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GamedateOppResultTklAstTotSacksIntYdsLgTDPass DefFFRecYdsTD
10/01TXL 14-37    00 0    
10/08@BAYL 26-49    00 0    
10/15@MOL 17-52    00 0    
10/22TXAML 17-33    00 0    
10/29@TXTECHW 41-7    00 0    
NovemberTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GamedateOppResultTklAstTotSacksIntYdsLgTDPass DefFFRecYdsTD
11/05KSW 13-10    00 0    
11/18OKSTW 37-31    13 0    
11/26@OKL 6-26    00 0    
DecemberTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GamedateOppResultTklAstTotSacksIntYdsLgTDPass DefFFRecYdsTD
12/03@KSSTL 23-30    00 0    
12/30@RUTL 13-27    00 0    
Return
SeasonTEAMGPNTRETPNTYDSPNTTDSPNTLNGKRRETKRYDSKRTDSKRLNG
2008-09Iowa State120000411081073
2009-10Iowa State13000017347035
TOTAL 490000581428073
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03/24/2012 - NFL DRAFT SCOUT TOP DEFENSIVE BACKS: Leonard Johnson, Iowa State, 5-10, 196...After being ejected from a game for a late hit as a freshman, Johnson quickly matured into vocal and by-example team leader. He finished that season well enough to earn Freshman All-American honors as a kick returner (26.4-yard average) and has been a starting cornerback ever since. Johnson is a quick-twitch athlete with great speed the right attitude to play corner. His most dramatic performance was a key to Iowa State's upset victory over then No. 2-ranked Oklahoma State. His job was to cover two-time Biletnikoff Award winner Justin Blackmon, rated as the best receiver in this draft. Blackmon had one of his least productive games as Johnson held him to 99 yards receiving and snagged a big interception in the third quarter. At the combine, medics reportedly said there were no long-term effects of neck injury last October, but his unofficial 40 time of 4.71 seconds didn't do him any favors. Johnson's career numbers include 39 starts in 50 games, 247 tackles (eight for a loss) and six interceptions. He can help anybody immediately as a kickoff returner. - Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange

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