DeAndre Johnson is an American football quarterback for the New Jersey Generals of the United States Football League (USFL).
He played college football at East Mississippi Community College, Florida Atlantic, and Texas Southern.
Johnson spent his childhood in Jacksonville, Florida, where he also received his high school education at First Coast.
He was voted the Class 8A Player of the Year and Florida’s “Mr. Football” after completing 215 of 328 pass attempts for 3,710 yards and 47 touchdowns as a senior. In addition, he rushed for 398 yards and nine scores.
During the summer before his sophomore year, Johnson turned down invitations to play collegiate football from both Clemson and Florida. Instead, he made his decision to play for Florida State.
Johnson started his collegiate career at Florida State, where he also became an early enrollee on the school’s football team.
After the summer before he started his freshman year, he was charged with misdemeanor violence for hitting a lady during an altercation.
The incident occurred during the previous season. Johnson has ultimately kicked off the team on July 6, 2015, due to disciplinary reasons.
Who did DeAndre Johnson play for in NFL?
American football quarterback DeAndre Johnson has played for the TSL Sea Lions (2021) and currently playing for the New Jersey Generals (2022–present).