Randy Johnson Jr. who is commonly referred to as “Duke” by his teammates plays for the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills.
In the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft, he was selected by the Cleveland Browns. He participated in college football at Miami University.
Johnson participated in football and track at Miami Norland Senior High School in Miami Gardens, Florida.
Johnson amassed 1,540 yards and 25 touchdowns on the ground as a sophomore. He guided Norland to a 13-2 record and state runner-up finish in his junior season.
Johnson led Miami Norland to a 15-0 record and the state Class 5A championship during his senior season, amassing 1,957 rushing yards and 29 touchdowns, 14 receptions for 232 receiving yards and three touchdowns, three kickoff returns, and one punt return for scores.
He scored five touchdowns against Wakulla in the championship game.
He was also a standout sprinter and long jumper for the school’s track and field squad. With a leap of 6.60 meters, he finished fifth in the long jump category at the 2010 GMAC Qualifiers.
At the third annual Miramar Invitational in 2011, he finished fourth in the 100 meters with a time that was a career-best 10.62 seconds.
With a time of 22.31 seconds, he came in third place in the 200 meters at the FHSAA 3A District 16.
Duke Johnson Contract
Including a $377,500 guarantee and a signing bonus of $127,500, Duke Johnson agreed to a one-year, $1,272,500 deal with the Buffalo Bills.
Duke Johnson Salary
Duke Johnson earns $1,272,500 on average yearly. Johnson will get $1,120,000 in base pay, $127,500 in signing bonus, and $25,000 in workout bonus in 2022.
Duke Johnson Net Worth
Duke Johnson has amassed some wealth while playing in the NFL. He has played for five NFL teams and has been able to accumulate a total net worth of $3 million