Johnson was named to second team All-Conference after making 54 tackles, two interceptions and 12 pass deflections this season.
Selected to the 2010 Associated Press Football Championship Subdivision All-America Team, the 2010 Walter Camp Football Championship Subdivision All-America Team and the 2010 AFCA Football Championship Subdivision Coaches' All-America Team. Started all 11 games for 7-4 Montana. He was the team's ninth leading tackler with 44 stops, was second at UM with 4 interceptions for 88 yards and 2 touchdowns, and also had a team-high 7 pass deflections. He also averaged 22.2 yards on eight kickoff returns. He was a first team All-Big Sky Conference pick.
He had team-highs of five interceptions and 12 pass deflections in 11 games (he missed four contests due to injury). He would be ranked first (tie) 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 did not qualify for the national rankings. "Tru" was fourth on the team with 31 solo tackles a year ago. He is the team's fourth leading returning tackler in 2010 with 54 stops last season. He was a first team All-Big Sky Conference selection. He was named the Sports Network's co-National Player of the Week on defense on Sept. 12th because of his outstanding play (six tackles and two interceptions) in a 17-10 victory at UC Davis. He was also named the Big Sky's "POW" on defense that week.
He was a rare starter as a "true" freshman, which is especially unique at the cornerback position. He started in Montana's first 11 games and was a Big Sky honorable mention selection. Johnson tied for the team lead with four interceptions and tied for sixth in the Big Sky with .36 picks a game. He suffered an injury against Idaho State on Nov. 15th and was unable to play after that.
He had an outstanding season at quarterback as a senior, passing for 1,800 yards (with just 5 interceptions), rushing for 500 yards, and scoring 22 total touchdowns. He was named first team allleague at quarterback and at defensive back following his senior year. He was voted to his high school's football "Hall of Fame" at defensive back. As a junior he was first team all-league at wide receiver with 750 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns. He was also chosen his team's MVP as a junior in football. His high school football coach was Elliot Burke. He also earned three letters in basketball. As a senior in hoops he was team captain, team MVP, and an all-conference pick.
Parents: Lynn Stallworth and Curtis Johnson of Stockton. Birth date: January 1, 1990.