The Jaguars added Texas WR Collin Johnson in the 5th round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Johnson is an intriguing prospect: a 6’6, 220-pounder with plus ball skills. He posted a 54-765-2 line as a sophomore and then went for 68-985-7 as a junior. But he struggled with a lingering hamstring injury this past year, finishing with 38 catches for 559 yards and 3 scores in 7 games. Johnson was unable to work out at the Combine due to a hip injury, and scouts wonder if he’s athletic enough to make it in the NFL. He joins D.J. Chark, Dede Westbrook, Chris Conley and fellow rookie Laviska Shenault in Jacksonville.
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