Members of the Inaugural TAJ-Talented 10th  Black College All-American Team.

During the month of February, (Black History Month) one member of the All-American team will be featured on the website daily. Today we put the spot light on:

N.C. A&T’s Daryl Johnson Jr. : (Defensive Line) 


#40   Red Shirt-Sophomore
        6’5″  226lbs
      Kingsland, Georgia  
(Camden County High School) 


 – SBN Black College All-American
-Part of the #4 Total Defense Nationally in FCS  Football 
-Part of the #4  Ranked Defense Nationally in FCS Football in Turnover Margin
-Part of the #5  Rushing Defense  Nationally in FCS Footbal
-Part of the Defense that ranked 6th Nationally in FCS Football in Tackles for Loss


Johnson playing at the Defensive End position finished the 2017 season 5th on the National Champion Aggies with 38 total tackles. What is most impressive is that this young Red-Shirt Sophomore had 15.5 tackles for loss.

Johnson  and his teammates were perfect on the field this season winning the Black College National Championship with a perfect 12-0 record. The 6’5″ 226 pounder made his presence known  to his opponents throwin  his weight around getting pass would be blockers with a quickness getting to the opposing Quarterback 6.5 times this season. Daryl racked up a total of 62 yards in total tackles for loss yardage.

The Georgia native also showed versatility Breaking up 3 passes this season, accounting  for 4 Qb hurries and recovering a fumble. Johnson had a season high 6 tackles early in the seaosn  in the aggies win over North Carolina-Charlotte, He also  had 5 or more tackles in a game  3 times this season.



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