Jadar Johnson – 2017 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Jadar Johnson

SS

Basics:

Position College Jersey Number Class Scheme
SS Clemson 18 SR

Measurements (* Denotes Pro Day or Personal Workout Numbers):

Listed Height Listed Weight Listed 40 Time Combine Height Combine Weight Arm Length Hand Size
6'0 198 4.57 6'0 205 32 9 1/4

Combine Results (* Denotes Pro Day or Personal Workout Numbers):

40 Time Vertical Broad Bench 3-Cone Short Shuttle
4.6 33 9'11 19 6.9 4.2

Overview:

Johnson had a very productive career at Clemson, where he played in 54 games, notched 101 tackles, 5.5 for loss, 9 interceptions, and 10 pass breakups, proving to be a ball hawk, and shut down defensive back. He has good size, good speed, is a sure fire tackler, a good cover safety, and is very experienced. He is also a hard hitting defensive back, and he is also versatile, as he can lineup in the slot as a cornerback, in addition to being a safety. He does have issues with fast backs, and receivers at times, and he dealt with a calf strain while at Clemson. With that said, I view Johnson as a day 3 pick, somewhere in the mid rounds.

Strengths:

Very experienced

Tackling machine

Ball hawk

Sure fire tackler

Good cover safety

Has a non stop motor

Is in on every play

Does not give up on many plays

A hard hitter

Can also play in the slot in addition to safety

Did a great job of breaking up passes

Has good speed

Weaknesses:

Has issues with fast backs and receivers at times

Dealt with a calf strain while at Clemson

Career Stats:

Games Played: 54

Tackles: 101

Tackles For Loss: 5.5

Interceptions: 9

Pass Breakups: 10