Will likely split his time between guard and center … Has provided valuable depth for the Aggies over the past two seasons as they advanced to and won the Celebration Bowl (2015) and advanced to the NCAA FCS Playoffs (2016) … Has the strength to battle in the trenches and the footwork to get to the next level of the defense … Can bench press 225 pounds 20 times in one set … Also has a 99-inch reach …Played special teams and in a backup role most of the season, but will had important depth to a key unit on the team – the offensive line.
2016 Season: Played in 10 games without a start … Played guard and center during the season … Graded out well in games against St. Augustine’s, at Howard and Florida A&M … Helped the Aggies complete 34 of 47 passes for 439 yards over a two-week span against Howard (Oct. 22) and FAMU (Oct. 29).
2015 Season: Played four games without a start … Played some guard and some center … Graded out well against Howard on Oct. 24.
High School: Started four years of varsity football at Christ School … Selected first-team All-State by the North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association … Also earned All-Western North Carolina honors …Earned all-conference honors three times and all-state honors twice…
Personal: Full name is Malik Johnson … He is the son of Amy and Toronto Johnson … Has two siblings, Ari and Tobias … He was born Feb. 24, 1997.
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