Originally Posted by Cbz40
Calvin Johnson......isn't he a junior?
Calvin Johnson (born September 25, 1985 from Tyrone, Georgia) is an American football player for the Georgia Institute of Technology. He played his first season for the Yellow Jackets in 2004 at the wide receiver position. He is often regarded as one of the best wide receivers in college football.
One of Georgia Tech's most highly publicized signees in recent years. Rated among the nation's top 10 wide receivers and top 100 players by virtually every recruiting analyst. Tabbed the No. 4 wide receiver and No. 15 player in the nation by TheInsiders.com. Named to the Super Southern 100 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Rivals 100 by Rivals.com, TheInsiders.com Hot 100, the SuperPrep All-America 275 and the Prep Star Top 100 Dream Team. Rated the No. 3 player in Georgia, No. 12 in the Southeast and No. 37 in the nation by Rivals.com. The No. 7 wide receiver in the nation by SuperPrep. First-team all-state selection (Class AAAA) by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Tabbed to the AJC's preseason Super 11. Caught 40 passes for 736 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior. Added 34 receptions for 646 yards and 10 scores as a junior for two-year totals of 80 catches, 1,479 yards and 18 TDs. 
Johnson has a rare combination of size (6-5, 235), speed (4.32), strength, leaping ability (45" vertical), body control and hand-eye coordination.
After just 24 games, he has 102 receptions for 1,725 yards and 13 touchdowns. He ranks seventh in Georgia Tech history in career receiving yards, 10th in receptions and tied for sixth in touchdown receptions. Over the last two seasons, he has been responsible for more than 40 percent of Tech's passing yards, despite constant double teams. In addition to his 102 catches, he has drawn 16 pass interference or defensive holding penalities. He has a career average of 16.9 yards per catch.
This is a team who is battling several major injuries to
key players including Pro Bowl talents like Lee, Austin, Jenkins, Murray,
Carter and Ratliff. Other key starters missing include Costa, Smith, Church and
Coleman. That is 11 key players - that's half the starting lineup. Yet we still went 8-8.