Jake Johnson

  • Pos TE
  • Height 6-5
  • Weight 225

Prospect Info

Texas A&M Aggies

  • Jersey #19
  • Class SO

As a Prospect

  • Class 2022
  • Committed 12/15/2021
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H.S. Scouting Report

2 evaluations

Evaluated 12/03/2021

Gabe Brooks National Scouting Analyst


2-3 Round Day 2


Pat Freiermuth Pittsburgh Steelers

Very good height with a frame to match. Advanced pass catcher. Height and catch radius combine with impressive suddenness as a downfield route runner. Consistently shows snap and nuance on corners, posts, etc. Functional athleticism shines in run-after-catch ability and red-zone opportunities. Proven ball-winner who will go get in it traffic. Excelled in that category as a senior. Displays terrific body control and adjustment ability in the air, especially relative to his long-limbed build. Versatile from a personnel standpoint with experience lined up wide and attached in a three-point stance. Capable and willing blocker. Outstanding football pedigree. Play speed is good but athleticism lacks verified context of combine testing or track and field variety. Strong production, but did somewhat trend down in regards to yards per catch rate and touchdown grabs from sophomore to senior seasons. Can improve release consistency, as well as pad level/leverage as a blocker. Blocking ceiling should rise with added strength and initial power. Without a doubt one of the nation's top 2022 tight end prospects. Will allow offensive staffs usage across personnel groupings. Projects to the high-major level as a potential impact player in college with a ceiling in higher rounds of the NFL Draft.

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  • Evaluated 05/24/2021 Gabe Brooks National Scouting Analyst Read

H.S. Athletic Background

2021: Helped Oconee County to a 10-2 record and the Georgia AAA playoffs' second round as a senior.
2020: As a junior, helped Oconee County to a 12-1 record and an appearance in the Georgia AAA state championship game. Georgia Region 8-AAA Offensive Player of the Year and a MaxPreps all-state selection.
2019: Helped Oconee County to a 13-2 mark and a Georgia AAAA state runner-up finish as a sophomore.


  • Brad Johnson Father

    Former NFL quarterback

  • Max Johnson Brother

    LSU quarterback

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