The Bears selected Johnson (shoulder) in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 50th overall.
This was Chicago's second pick of the second round and Johnson addresses a need at corner. Johnson was one of the best players on a dominant Utah defense during his time as a Ute, racking up seven career interceptions. Toughness is no issue with Johnson, who played his entire junior season with a labrum tear. Johnson was considered a fringe first-round talent, so this is a strong value for the Bears as he figures to be an immediate contributor in their defensive backfield if his recovery from shoulder surgery continues on track.