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Jermaine Johnson II Draft Profile: Stats, Highlights and 2022 NFL Draft Projection

It is officially mock draft season! The 2022 NFL Draft is quickly approaching, with the first round kicking off on Thursday, April 28th. Of course, draft analysis, projections and rumors will be dominating the headlines until then. Among the players expected to hear his name called on the first day is edge rusher Jermaine Johnson II out of Florida State.

The following is a complete Jermaine Johnson NFL Draft profile, including stats, highlights and a mock projection.

Jermaine Johnson II NFL Draft Profile, Stats, Highlights and Projection

Jermaine Johnson II
Position: Edge Rusher
Height: 6’5″
Weight: 254 lbs
Age: 23
College: Florida State Seminoles

Jermaine Johnson II Draft Profile: Stats, Highlights and 2022 NFL Draft Projection
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Jermaine Johnson Stats 2021 | Florida State


Jermaine Johnson Draft Profile


Jermaine Johnson II put his head on straight and showed the work ethic to go from junior college all the way to Florida State. This work ethic and high motor was seen on the field as well, averaging an insane 61 snaps per game last season. He plays the run well, setting the edge exactly as he was coached. Johnson also has great flexibility and bend on the edge, dipping below tackles when rushing the passer despite being 6-5.


Johnson is fundamentally strong and very coachable, but he’s not a phenomenal athlete. He lacks the twitchiness and first step needed to be an elite rusher in the NFL. Johnson also has the tendency to get too high, and he has too many wasted movements.

Jermaine Johnson Highlights

Jermaine Johnson Draft Projection

All 2022 NFL Draft Projections are taken from the latest Sporting News NFL Mock Draft by Vinnie Iyer.

Jermaine Johnson II is currently projected to be drafted by the Houston Texans at No. 13.

For more 2022 NFL Draft coverage and player profiles, check out our NFL Draft page.

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