It's pretty hard to make a case for Johnson being a first round prospect but I wouldn't be surprised at all if he had a 2nd round grade. Looking at draft history, there has only been one small school running back taken in the the past decade, DeAngelo Williams. Williams is the career rushing leader in C-USA and one of the only players in NCAA history to run for over 6,000 yards...he was drafted 27th. That said, there have been a lot of cases of teams drafting unproven players in the first simply because of their 40 times; Matt Jones and Troy Williamson immediately come to mind as two guys who were drafted in the 1st despite a lack of proven production in college. If Johnson is one of the first 6 RBs taken then he'll almost certainly go in the 2nd round. I think he offers too much versatility to last to the third though. With the production Reggie Bush has shown possible as a receiver and with the huge impact guys like Cribbs and Hester have on the return game I think a team who doesn't need a starting RB will jump all over Johnson hoping he can fill those same roles. I don't think it would be great value if we took him in Rd 1, but I wouldn't be upset.