Cameron Johnson Scouting Report
Cameron Johnson - Virginia (HT: 6-3½ - WT: 268)
Positives -- OLB convert from Al Groh's 3-4 defense; versatile player with good size, now a defensive end in Virginia's 4-3, could play in either scheme at the next level... Good athlete, was a former high school wide receiver and defensive back with some collegiate tight end experience... Has the speed to
threaten the edge but looks more comfortable shooting gaps and rushing inside, is a good power player with above average bull rush and good counter-moves inside, can coil up and generate reasonably good power to knock back linemen on initial contact... Average length, initially stays low and does a nice job extending his arms and gaining leverage, has powerful hands, is physical at the point of attack... Has a good repertoire of pass-rushing moves; swim, rip and club moves continue to get better, strong lower body and can turn speed into power and is a threat due to his combination of burst and power, gets his hands up in passing lanes when he can't get to the quarterback... Plays with a lot of aggression, good character with the willingness to be coached up and play multiple positions; durable, has only missed one game in the past three seasons (nagging lower-leg injury vs. Idaho as a senior).
Negatives -- Is not a dynamic pass rusher, a straight-line type of athlete, first step is only average and gets too wide around the edge... Struggles to maintain good pad level, gets upright around the edge and can be pushed out of plays... Has the frame to add some bulk, isn't really a stack and shed player versus the run as he struggles to get off blocks once engaged, doesn't look as strong and looks more comfortable attacking with blunt force... Marginal lateral quickness and agility, stiff, slow to redirect and change direction... Loses containment too often, struggles to set or hold the edge on running plays and isn't very good in backside pursuit... Instincts and awareness are just average, will forget responsibilities and leave his gap open to the run, can be slow to locate the ball and gets too upright when losing sight of the ball, will have some games without making an impact... Isn't a plug-and-play prospect and needs some coaching before he will start in the NFL.
Combine Results
Height 6034
Weight 268
Arm 33½
Hand 9
40-Time 4.81
Vertical 35
Broad 8'9"
Bench Press
Shuttle 4.38
Cone 7.07
At Virginia -- (Official School Bio) 2010: One of seven UVa players to start all 12 games... moved to defensive end from linebacker during program's shift from 3-4 scheme to a 4-3 scheme... recorded a career-best 4.0 tackles for a loss against VMI... led UVa with 6.5 sacks... No. 6 in ACC with 0.54 sacks per game... No. 5 in ACC with 14.5 tackles for a loss... his 14.5 tackles for a loss rank No. 12 all-time for a season at UVa... No. 5 on team with 53 tackles... broke up four passes at the line of scrimmage... recovered fumbles at USC and Georgia Tech... set a career standard with 10 tackles at Georgia Tech... had six tackles against Richmond, VMI, and Eastern Michigan... was selected by the UVa coaches as the defensive player of the week for the Richmond, Florida State, and Virginia Tech games. 2009: Started 10 of the 12 games he appeared in... earned his second letter... collected 40 tackles on the season, including 26 solo stops... had two solo sacks at Miami for 25 yards... had five stops for a loss of 45 yards... nine tackles at Clemson, including six solo... had seven tackles, including three solo against TCU... posted his first sack at Miami... selected by the UVa coaches as a defensive player of the game against North Carolina. 2008: One of five true freshmen to see playing time... played in a stretch of six consecutive games between Connecticut and Georgia Tech before being sidelined with an ankle injury... finished the year with seven total tackles... had two stops vs. UConn, a single tackle against Duke and Maryland and a season-high three tackles vs. East Carolina... credited with tackles for loss against Duke, Maryland and ECU... also played on UVa's kickoff coverage team.
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