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Name: Josh Johnson (Transfer from Iowa State)
College: Tulsa     Number: 4
Height: 5-11   Weight: 179
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.35
   40 Time: 4.42
  40 High: 4.50
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Height: 5106
Weight: 179

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...2020: NAC...Transfer from Iowa State

 Josh Johnson, Tulsa, Player News

  12/20/21 - WR Josh JohnsonSr/2022, Tulsa, 5-11, 179 (DS#43 WR) + More +

  Davis Brin threw for 285 yards and two touchdowns, and Tulsa closed the season with its fourth straight victory, beating Old Dominion 30-17 at the Myrtle Beach Bowl on Monday. Josh Johnson had eight catches for 129 yards including a 23-yard reception as the Golden Hurricane (7-6) won their second straight bowl game and third in their last four appearances. As effective as Tulsa's offense was, its defense was just as good. It held the Monarchs (6-7) of Conference USA to 135 yards through the first three quarters.

Things started strongly for Old Dominion, which won its last five of the regular season to qualify for the bowl, when LaMareon James opened the game in historic fashion with a 100-yard kick return for a touchdown. It was the first such return on the opening kick in its 11 seasons of football. But the Monarchs struggled to find an attack as Tulsa of the American Athletic Conference took control. It took until the fourth quarter for Old Dominion to post an offensive touchdown on Blake Watson's 2-yard run. By then, Tulsa was up 30-17 and not about to surrender the lead. Shamari Brooks ran for 107 yards and a 1-yard touchdown, Tulsa's answer that came less than two minutes after Old Dominion's kick return score. - Tulsa/AP College Football

(DS#43 WR) Sr/2022 WR Josh JohnsonTulsa
News Source: Tulsa/AP College Football
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