Representatives from just under 20 pro teams in attendance
Several student-athletes honored for on and off the field performances
Louisiana Tech vs. Rice
Coach Dykes previews Rice game
Teams combine for 105 points and almost 1,300 yards
Photos from Louisiana Tech's game at Houston on Sept. 8, 2012.
Pictures from Louisiana Tech's first spring scrimmage of 2012.
Louisiana Tech vs. Central Arkansas at Joe Aillet Stadium on Sept. 10, 2011.
2012: Finished the year with 47 total tackles (26 solo, 21 assisted) with 4.5 tackles for a loss of 16 yards inlcuding 1.5 sacks for a loss of 10 yards while forcing two fumbles ... Opened the season at Houston (9/8) where he recorded 10 total tackles (six solo, four assisted) and forced a fumble while returning two punts for negative 11 yards with one punt return for a touchdown called back on a holding call in a 56-49 win ... Registered five total tackles against Rice (9/15) with two solo stops and three assisted tackles with two assisted tackles for a loss of eight yards that included an assisted sack for a loss of six yards ... Recorded four total tackles (two solo, two assisted) at Illinois (9/22) with 2.5 tackles for a loss of seven yards which including a solo sack for a loss of four yards while also being credited with a forced fumble ... Assisted on a tackle at Virginia (9/29) ... Assisted on two tackles against UNLV (10/6) ... Credited with two total tackles (one solo, one assisted) against No. 22 Texas A&M (10/13) ... Registered three total tackles (two solo, one assisted) and returned one punt for 14 yards in a 70-28 win over Idaho (10/20) ... Credited with three total tackles (one solo, two assisted) at New Mexico State (10/27) ... Registered two solo tackles against UTSA (11/3) ... Recorded five total tackles at Texas State (11/10) with four solo stops and one assisted tackle ... Credited with seven total tackles (five solo, two assisted) against Utah State (11/17) ... Registered three total tackles (one solo, two assisted) in the season finale at San Jose State (11/24).
2011: Recorded 27 total tackles on the year (23 solo, four assisted) with one forced fumble, one interception returned 19 yards and four pass break-ups while returning four punts for 80 yards including an 82 yard punt return for a touchdown ... Made his collegiate debut against Central Arkansas (9/10) as he recorded four solo tackles, was credited with two pass break-ups and intercepted a pass and returned it 19 yards late in the fourth quarter in Louisiana Tech's 48-42 overtime win against Central Arkansas (9/10) ... Recorded two solo tackles at Mississippi State (9/24) ... Recorded three solo tackles, including one for a loss of four yards, and forced a fumble against Hawai'i (10/1) ... Registered two total tackles at Idaho (10/8) ... Tallied two total tackles at Utah State (10/22) ... Recorded a solo tackle at Fresno State (11/5) ... Recorded five solo tackles and credited with a pass break-up in a 27-7 win at Ole Miss (11/12) ... Recorded three tackles and one pass break-up at Nevada (11/19) ... Recorded two tackles against New Mexico State (11/26) with one recorded for a loss of two yards while also returning one punt 82 yards for a touchdown ... Made three tackles (two solo, one assisted) against No. 15 TCU (12/21) in the Poinsettia Bowl while returning three punts for a total of -2 yards.
2010 (Arkansas Baptist): Played in nine games, recording four tackles ... Returned four punts a total of eight yards ... Coached by Richard Willson.
2009 (Arkansas Baptist): Played in 10 games, recording 31 total tackles with 20 solo stops and 11 assisted tackles ... Registered one tackle for a loss of three yards ... Recorded one interception returned for 22 yards ... Coached by Richard Willson.
High School: Graduated from John Ehret High School in 2009 ... Lettered in football and basketball ... Received team MVP honors ... Coached by Billy North.
Personal: Craig Johnson ... Son of Cheyral Johnson ... Born on Nov. 10, 1989 in New Orleans ... Has three siblings, Carey, Cornell and Carl ... Chose Louisiana Tech over Memphis.