2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about JAYLON JOHNSON: Utah, 5117 193 4.51. Junior entry, two-year starter. Fresno, CA. Was a second-team All- America and first team All-Pac 12 in 2019. Has experience as a hard corner and plays both off and press. Shows a variety of technique and is very effective from a press alignment. Quick with his pedal keeping a tight cushion and normally maintains inside leverage. Can be reactive or jam in press disrupting receivers take-off and route. Can be physical with off and two hand jam. Fluid in press and bail, coming out of pedal into a lateral run. Quick to undercut route breaks and has solid mirror ability. Break on the short throw is sudden and he gets to a lot of balls and limits yards after catch. Shows awareness of route combinations and can flip his hips to close a void. Shows the speed to stay in phase on a vertical route. Has recovery speed if separated. Physical with stalk blocks and is a secure tackler. Likes to take chances and can get burned going for an interception. Can get attracted to a double move and find himself letting a receiver run by him. Inconsistent with eye discipline and will sneak a peek at the quarterback when focus should be on the man. Occasionally gives up leverage at the snap on a double move and is in chase mode. His speed, quickness and ball skills make him a top prospect. He can fit most schemes. His injury status will be watched as he is scheduled for labrum surgery in March. 2019 stats: 36 T, 1 TFL, 11 PBU, 2 INT (1 TD). OSR:17/29. Second/third round. (A-31 3/8, H-9 3/8, VJ-36.5, SS-4.13).