Collin Johnson plays football professionally and is a wide receiver for the New York Giants of the National Football League.

He weighs 100 kg and stands 1.98 m tall. While a student at Valley Christian High School, he participated in football.

He declared his intention to enrol at the University of Texas at Austin in April 2014. He played collegiate football at Texas for the Texas Longhorns.

He started nine games as a sophomore, started every game as a freshman, and finished the season with 54 catches.

Tom Herman, Johnson’s coach, saw a significant offseason improvement before his senior year. He was on the preseason watch lists for the Walter Camp Award, Wuerffel Award, and Biletnikoff Award.

Johnson was named National Player of the Week for his exploits and 124 yards against TCU in week four. He had to depart the Texas Tech game on November 10 due to a minor knee injury.

He set a record for receiving yards in a final game in the 2018 Big 12 Championship Game with 177. Johnson was chosen by the Jacksonville Jaguars as the 165th overall choice in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

What happened to Collin Johnson?

In January 2021, he was placed on injured reserve. In August 2021, he was let go by the Jaguars. In September 2021, the New York Giants claimed Johnson off waivers.

Due to a damaged achilles, he was placed on injured reserve in August 2022.


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