2010: Second-team ESPN Academic All-American ... one of only three players to play in all 52 games the last four seasons, joining fellow wide receivers Curtis Clay and Jimmy Young ... had a 23-yard touchdown reception on TCU's opening drive of the game in a 21-19 Rose Bowl victory over Wisconsin ... helped seal the win by recovering an onside kick in the final two minutes ... ranked third on TCU with 31 receptions for 419 yards and career-high four touchdowns ... recorded at least 30 catches for the second straight season ... had at least one catch in each game ... tallied multiple receptions in seven of TCU's 13 contests ... totaled at least three catches in the Frogs' first four games ... tied a career-best with seven grabs for 56 yards against Tennessee Tech ... had scoring grabs against SMU, Wyoming and Utah ... posted catches of 20+ yards in seven of the Frogs' final eight games ... his season-best 59 yards came on three grabs against BYU.
2009: Tied for second on TCU with a career-high 33 receptions, surpassing the combined total of 21 from his first two seasons ... had at least one catch in every game ... both his touchdown receptions came in the regular-season finale against New Mexico ... scored on grabs of 17 and 24 yards as he totaled four catches for 48 yards on the day ... also had four receptions in the 14-10 win at Clemson ... posted a career-best seven receptions for 70 yards against Texas State ... had a season-long 44-yard reception, from Jeremy Kerley, as part of two catches for 69 yards in the 38-7 victory at BYU ... had 37- and 32-yard grabs in home victories over Utah and SMU, respectively ... opened the season with three catches for 32 yards at Virginia ... closed the year with three receptions in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
2008: A first-team selection to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District team ... placed fifth on TCU with 15 receptions ... had at least one catch in 11 of 13 contests ... had four games with multiple receptions ... the two-longest catches of his career came on his last two grabs ... had a career-best 52-yard reception at Utah ... scored his lone touchdown of the season with a 22-yard catch in the 44-10 win over Air Force ... opened the season with two-reception games in victories over New Mexico and Stephen F. Austin ... also had two grabs in wins against Colorado State and Wyoming.
2007: Scored three touchdowns on his seven touches for the season ... five of his six receptions came in the fourth quarter ... his first touch came when he returned a blocked punt 17 yards for a touchdown in the 21-7 win over SMU ... his first two collegiate receptions came in the final 2:17 as TCU nearly rallied from an 18-point fourth-quarter deficit at Wyoming ... the first catch was a 5-yard scoring grab to pull the Frogs within 24-21 ... had a clutch 18-yard reception on a fourth-down play to keep TCU's next drive alive ... also had two receptions for 23 yards in the fourth quarter at BYU ... a one-handed grab for 16 yards helped set up his 7-yard touchdown catch just two plays later, cutting the Frog deficit to 27-22 with 3:49 remaining ... closed the season with two receptions for 17 yards in the 20-13 Texas Bowl win over Houston ... saw action in 12 of the 13 games.
2006: Named TCU's 2006 Most Valuable Player on the Offensive Scout Team ... redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: An all-state corner and All-Big Country wide receiver as a senior ... had six interceptions for 190 yards ... totaled 24 receptions for 520 yards ... was also first-team all-district as a return specialist ... returned one punt for a touchdown ... lettered three years in football, four in soccer and two in track and field ... a two-time district Most Valuable Player in soccer.
Personal: A marketing major ... plans on attending law school after graduation ... parents are Bart and Debra Johnson.