Eddie Johnson


Midlothian, Texas

High School:
Midlothian HS

Last College:
Navarro JC

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 240




Eddie Johnson


Perseverance Pays Off for Eddie Johnson

By: T. Scott Boatright


Louisiana Tech Football Weekly Press Conference Transcript: Sept. 8

Coach Holtz previews the North Texas game


Bulldog Season Closes with 30-10 Loss

Barnes scores lone Bulldog TD on interception return


Louisiana Tech Weekly Press Conference Transcript: Nov. 11

Coach Holtz previews Rice game


Louisiana Tech Weekly Press Conference Transcript: Oct. 14

Coach Holtz previews North Texas game


Louisiana Tech vs. Army

Louisiana Tech vs. Army in the Heart of Dallas Classic

2013: Played in nine games making four catches for 65 yards ... Caught one pass for 20 yards against Army (9/28) in the Heart of Dallas Classic at the Cotton Bowl ... Caught a seven-yard pass at Rice (11/16) ... Registered 38 yards receiving on two catches at UTSA (11/30) with a long reception of 29 yards.

2012 (Navarro JC): Caught 27 passes for 351 yards and five touchdowns at Navarro ... Led team to a 10-2 record, beating Georgia Military College in the Heart of Texas Bowl and a No. 4 ranking ... Led an offense that set a school record 43.4 points per game ... Coached by Bryan Mayper.

2011 (Navarro JC): Caught 33 passes for 654 yards and eight touchdowns ... Helped guide the team to a 10-2 mark and was ranked in the top 10 for 11 of the 12 weeks of the season ... Won a conference title and the Heart of Texas Bowl ... Coached by Nick Bobeck.

2010 (Hargrave Military Academy): Enrolled at Hargrave Military Academy, redshirting the 2010 season ... Did not play.

High School: Graduated from Midlothian High School in 2010 ... Caught 48 passes for 814 yards and eight touchdowns his senior year ... Coached by Robbie Clark ... Rated the No. 61 wide receiver in the nation out of high school.

Personal: Eddie Johnson ... Son of Eddie and Jeanette Johnson ... Born on Feb. 3, 1992 in Dallas, Texas ... Chose Louisiana Tech over Baylor, Mississippi State, Arkansas State and Middle Tennessee.