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Rashad Johnson
NFL Draft Scouting Report

Safety

Alabama


College Position: Safety
School: Alabama
Grade: Senior
Height: 5-11
Weight: 186
Birthdate:
Draft Projection: Second
Overall Rank: Unranked
NFL Draft Position (Rank): Safety (2)

Draft Result

Drafted in the 2009 Draft by the Arizona Cardinals in Round 3 with the #31 pick.

Strengths

A former walk-on who became a captain and top safety prospect. Johnson is a playmaking free safety with excellent instincts. Has a nose for the ball in coverage and can lay the lumber in the secondary. Above average speed and quickness allows him to cover a lot of ground in the secondary. Excellent ball skills. Smart player whose intangibles may outway his physical limitations. Consider a leader by the Alabama coaches.

Weaknesses

Undersized at just 186 pounds. While Johnson is solid in run support%2C it is not considered his strength. Had 1 off the field incident in college.

News

2009 NFL Draft Grades (Chris' Take) - Apr 29 (Chris Maier)
2009 NFL Draft Report Card: NFC West - Apr 29 (Dan Wernery)
2009 NFL Draft: Day One Winners, Losers and More - Apr 25 (Chris Maier)
2009 Senior Bowl Rosters: South - Jan 18 (Chris Maier)
Pre-Bowl Game 2009 NFL Mock Draft (2 Rounds) - Dec 12 (Chris Maier)
2009 Draft: Top 10 S Prospects - Aug 11 (Dan Wernery)

Mock Draft Results

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