Johnson appeared in seven games for the Aggies as a true freshman in 2020 (14 tackles, one pass breakup), starting at nickel back for the team's Orange Bowl win over North Carolina. The former four-star recruit from East St. Louis, Illinois, started all 12 games at that nickel spot in 2021, receiving the team's Defensive Playmaker Award (79 tackles, 8.5 for loss with one sack, one interception, five pass breakups). Johnson missed three games with an injury in 2022 but still was named first-team All-SEC after leading the team with three forced fumbles in nine starts (also posting 71 tackles, five for loss, one pass breakup). -- by Chad Reuter
|1||@Colts||W 31 - 21|
|2||Chiefs||L 9 - 17|
|3||Texans||L 17 - 37|
Antonio Johnson: "It's a grind.. we doing this together." | Rookie Minicamp | Interview
Rookies arrived at TIAA Bank Field and Antonio Johnson meets with J.P Shadrick to elaborate on the technique he is working on as well as shine light on the culture he already feels here in Jacksonville with the 2023 Draft Class.
Inside the Draft Room: Antonio Johnson Gets the Call | 2023 NFL Draft | Jacksonville Jaguars
Take an exclusive look inside the draft room as the Jaguars make the call to select Texas A&M Safety Antonio Johnson in round 5 pick 160 overall in the 2023 NFL Draft.
Jaguars select Antonio Johnson with No. 160 pick in 2023 Draft
The Jacksonville Jaguars select Texas A&M Aggies safety Antonio Johnson in Round 5 of the 2023 NFL Draft with the No. 160 overall pick (via a trade with the New York Giants).
1 on 1 with Antonio Johnson | 2023 NFL Draft | Jacksonville Jaguars
Texas A&M safety Antonio Johnson speaks on his versatility and which position he likes to play the most.