Jerrod Johnson has room to improve
Everyone knows Texas A&M QB Jerrod Johnson has prototypical size, a pretty quick release and the arm to make all the NFL throws. Johnson is also a good athlete who can get outside the pocket and make throws on the run.
However, he gets a mid-to-late round grade in terms of the NFL draft because his game comes up short in two key areas.
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