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Name: Keagan Johnson (Transfer from Iowa)
College: Kansas State     Number: 10
Height: 6-0   Weight: 193
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2026

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.50
  40 High: 4.58

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Weight: 193

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: 12-05-22 Transfer from Iowa...2022: NAC...(+) Coming off Sept 2022 Leg INJ...2021: NAC

 Keagan Johnson, Kansas State, Player News

  Keagan Johnson was careful not to say anything bad about his former school when the Iowa transfer spoke to reporters for the first time since he enrolled at Kansas State and joined the Wildcats as a wide receiver, but it is obvious that he thinks he is stepping into a more powerful offense than the one he left behind. Statistics back him up. Iowa averaged 251.6 yards per game last season, a number so low that it ranked ahead of only one team in all of college football - New Mexico. By comparison, K-State put up 418.8 yards per game on its way to 10 victories and a Big 12 championship.

There is no comparison between the two systems and Johnson is giddy about his potential with his new team. "I think I can provide an explosive weapon," Johnson said, "and be a big-play type talent." Johnson came to that conclusion while he watched K-State defeat TCU in the Big 12 championship game last December. The 6-foot-1 and 194-pound playmaker liked the way the Wildcats used Malik Knowles as both a receiver and a ball-carrier out of the backfield on gadget plays. Now that Knowles is off to the professional ranks, Johnson thinks he can replace his skills next season - and maybe even do more while playing under offensive coordinator Collin Klein. "I really liked their trajectory and the way that Coach Klein has added new things," Johnson said. "They have a lot of different, creative ways to get their playmakers the ball and it's really appealing to me." The possibility of taking over as K-State's new No. 1 receiver or its top deep threat was one of the main attractions that drew him to Manhattan. - The Kansas City Star

(DS#999 WR) rSo/2026 WR Keagan JohnsonKansas State
News Source: The Kansas City Star
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  Iowa wide receivers Keagan Johnson, Nico Ragaini and Diante Vines still are not on the Hawkeyes' Week 3 depth chart after missing the first two games of 2022 with injuries. Linebacker Jestin Jacobs and cornerback Jermari Harris also are not on the Week 3 depth chart. Harris has missed both games, and Jacobs left the Week 1 win with an injury. - The Gazette

(DS#999 WR) rSo/2026 WR Keagan JohnsonKansas State
News Source: The Gazette
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