The former ASU safety wasn't necessarily pleased with his Pro Day performance, but feels that his…
Johnson eager for NFL Combine
Keelan Johnson's 2012 statistical numbers are a true testament to the dramatic turnaround the local Mesa High School player has achieved last year. In his first three seasons at Arizona State, the 6-1 207-pound safety collected 81 total tackles and as a senior he posted 88 stops, good for second on the team. He nearly tripled his pass deflections from three to eight over the same time span and almost doubled his number of interceptions from three to a 2012 team leading five picks. "Finishing my ASU career the way I did shows that I'm capable of playing the position," Johnson said. "It also shows scouts what I can do on the field and they told me that when they watch my film they saw how much better I did get as the season went on. So my improvement throughout the season is something that really stands out to me as well as to the scouts. "I do wish I had those first three years back and have made a bigger impact a...
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