Should Johnson be drafted in the second round, it would still be quite a leap from initial prospects. Jeremiah has been "on" Johnson from last November when he tweeted out his love based upon Johnson's instincts and patience as a runner. At 6'0/212 lbs. Johnson carries the size to be an every down back if he's able to win such a role. Johnson did display athleticism during the NFL Combine where he turned in a 40" vertical jump and a 126" broad jump. At Auburn's Pro Day, he clocked an unofficial 4.54 40 while some attendees had him in the 4.4s. Either time is fast enough to provide for an increase in value based on other skills. Game tape shows a runner with an NFL skill-set possessing a fine level of patience and burst while, on the negative side, he shows relatively stiff hips and a tendency to run very high. On DLF's Dynasty Rookie running back rankings, Johnson is found as the RB7 after Ronald Jones and before Royce Freeman. In dynasty rookie drafts, look to pick Johnson up early in the second round for a fantastic value-based upside selection. Due to rising value, you may see him selected late in the first round.