2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about TYLER JOHNSON: Minnesota, 6013 206 4.55. Three-year starter, Minneapolis, MN. Two time first-team All Big 10 receiver. The former high school quarterback re-wrote a large portion of the Minnesota wide receiver record book, including career yards and touchdowns. He did all of this while never quite having standout physical traits. While he does sit on the line of acceptable and unacceptable tools, Johnson needs to be given a nod based on his competitiveness and intangibles. He may never be a number one or number two, but he can be counted on to make things happen. Average looking prospect that far-exceeds his tools with attention to detail as a route runner and desperation mentality when attacking the ball. A competitor in every sense of the word. Tough over the middle. Smart and savvy route runner with advanced footwork off the line. Has a running back mentality and style after the catch. Tough both physically and mentally. Sub-par triangle numbers. Doesn’t have the burst or speed to get a lot of separation from pro corners. Late adjustments make him look tight with a limited athletic ceiling. Won’t put a corner on his heels via the threat of deep speed. Might be a slot-only. 2019 stats: 86-1318, 15.3 ypr, 13 TD. Did position drills only-his choice. Sixth/seventh round. (A-30 7/8, H-9, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).