Michael Johnson
Michael  Johnson


Tulsa, OK

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 220




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High School:
Union...SuperPrep All-American and All-Midlands...Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State...Daily Oklahoman Top 25...Tulsa World All-State...Associated Press Super Team...had 133 career catches for 2,050 yards and 33 TDs...caught 54 passes for 916 yards and 13 TDs as a senior in leading team to 13-1 finish and Class 6A state runner up finish...had 48 catches for 659 yards and 13 TDs during junior season...High School Coach: Bill Blankenship.

1999 -

2000 - Listed as number three SE at conclusion of spring drills; however, did not play during 2000 season while working on academics....

2001 - Broken left fibula sidelined him the final few days of spring drills but was listed as number three FLK at conclusion of spring drills...played in all 11 games with three starts...had three catches for 76 yards in season opener vs. Arkansas State with a career-long play of 48 yards...ended season with a 10-yard grab vs. Houston....played in Music City Bowl vs. Boston College.....

2002 - Recorded two receptions for 41 yards in annual spring G-Day game....recipient of Coffee County Hustle Award which goes to the player demonstrating the most desire and hustle in spring practice....listed as number three FLK at conclusion of spring drills....recipient of Porter Otis Payne Endowed Football Scholarship....played in all 14 games including three starts....caught perhaps the season's most dramatic pass--a 19-yard TD catch in the end zone on fourth and 15 to defeat Auburn and clinch the SEC East championship....named SEC Offensive Player of the Week for performance against Auburn (13x141, 1 TD)....member of team that won Georgia's first SEC championship in 20 years, defeated FSU for Nokia Sugar Bowl title, set school record for most victories in a season (13), and finished with a final national ranking of No. 3.......part of offense that finished as the SEC's top scoring offense (32.14) and passing efficiency offense (138.91).

2003 -- Missed most of spring drills with right shoulder surgery but should be full speed by start of the season....listed as number one SE at conclusion of spring drills....started five games.... grabbed his longest reception of the season in the opener at Clemson, a 39-yarder missed the Vanderbilt game due to a shoulder injury.....had three catches for 56 yards versus Florida..... stellar game against Auburn for the second straight season, grabbing a team-high five passes for 91 yards..... also completed a 40-yard pass to Fred Gibson on a fake reverse against Auburn which led to Georgia's first TD of the game......part of Georgia team that won 32 games from 2001-03 and ranked among the top five teams nationally in winning percentage during that time....

Major -- Housing.

Receiving Statistics

Year G/GS Rec Yards Per/Rec Per/Game TD LG
2001 11/4 7 113 16.1 10.3 0 48 ASU
2002 14/3 28 373 13.3 26.6 2 34 GT, FSU
2003 12/5 27 361 13.4 30.1 2 39 CU
Total 37/12 62 847 13.66 22.89 4 48 ASU

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