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Name: JaVarrius Johnson 
College: Auburn     Number: 6
Height: 5-09   Weight: 159
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2024

40 Low: 4.32
   40 Time: 4.42
  40 High: 4.52
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 5085
Weight: 159

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 JaVarrius Johnson, Auburn, Player News

  04/25/21 - WR JaVarrius JohnsonrSo/2024, Auburn, 5-09, 159 (DS#77 WR) + More +

  The injury bug was unkind to the Tigers this spring. In addition to Capers being held out after his surgery, Jackson was limited for most of the spring and Evans suffered an apparent hamstring injury on March 20 that significantly limited his next month of action. Their limitations didn't help a situation in which the Tigers needed as many players to be in the mix as possible. That being said, there were a few receivers who took advantage. Ja'Varrius Johnson was arguably the player on offense who turned the most heads this spring. Johnson saw limited action in his first two years as a Tiger, but he caught the coaches' attentions during the first few practice sessions and kept it up for the brunt of the 15-practice spring. The 5-foot-10, 159-pound Johnson is expected to play slot receiver and has to be viewed as the leading candidate for that role. - Opelika-Auburn News

(DS#77 WR) rSo/2024 WR JaVarrius JohnsonAuburn
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  04/15/21 - WR JaVarrius JohnsonrSo/2024, Auburn, 5-09, 159 (DS#77 WR) + More +

  The name "Ja'Varrius Johnson" has gone from rarely mentioned to a common topic in the span of three weeks of spring practice. The wide receiver is a redshirt sophomore who was plagued by injuries and didn't play a game in 2019 and played just one game in 2020. But he's healthy now, and he's starting to show what he's capable of. To Johnson, being healthy makes all the difference. "That's one of the biggest parts," Johnson said. "When I first came in I had that pelvis injury which led into last year. It was kind of hurting me still a little bit but I battled through it. This year I'm able to go through everything completely without it hurting and I'm staying healthy." Being held back by injury is always tough, Johnson said, but he's been through it before. His previous experiences helped him to get through the most recent one, he said. But it's a really good feeling to be able to show what he can do. And people have noticed. Last season, Johnson played in just one game, but it was against Georgia. Afterwards former coach Gus Malzahn described him as talented and someone who could help Auburn moving forward. After just a few days of spring with the new staff, Auburn's new coaches saw that potential, too. - Birmingham News

(DS#77 WR) rSo/2024 WR JaVarrius JohnsonAuburn
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  03/27/21 - WR JaVarrius JohnsonrSo/2024, Auburn, 5-09, 159 (DS#77 WR) + More +

  After Auburn's top three pass-catchers from 2020 decided to leave for the NFL, it was apparent the door was open for a less-heralded wide receiver to seize the moment and earn more playing time. It's still early in spring practice, but sophomore wide receiver Ja'Varrius Johnson seems primed to be that player. Johnson, a 5-foot-10, 159-pound player from Trussville, entered the year having played in only one game during his first two seasons with the Tigers but is already making an impression with the new Auburn coaching staff. Johnson handled first-team slot receiver duties during Thursday's practice - fellow sophomores Kobe Hudson and Elijah Canion were lined up out wide - and also fielded a few punts as he works to potentially be the Tigers' punt returner, too.

Johnson has a long way to go before the season opener on Sept. 4 arrives, but head coach Bryan Harsin has been impressed by what he's seen from No. 6 on offense. "I think Ja'Varrius has done a good job. He's been one of the more consistent players day in and day out just as far as his execution, his preparation," Harsin said after Thursday's practice. "He's played faster and he's done it more consistently. His execution today, I think there was a few plays he was in on - I don't know if it was on him necessarily - if he lined up or was misaligned. "We had a few things in there with the group he was in on and several other players at that position where our alignment and assignments need to improve." - Opelika-Auburn News


(DS#77 WR) rSo/2024 WR JaVarrius JohnsonAuburn
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