TCU would lose another key member of last season’s team.
Wide receiver Quentin Johnson declared for the 2023 NFL Draft on Monday evening. He thanked the TCU community in a instagram post announcing his decision.
Johnson also shared the statement Twitter With a highlight reel.
Johnson led the Horned Frogs in rushing with 1,069 yards his junior year. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound wideout scored six touchdowns in each of his last two seasons.
The Texas native ignited TCU’s College Football Playoff rout at Michigan with 163 yards and a touchdown. However, Georgia held him to three yards in the one-sided national championship.
Johnson could become the highest drafted wideout in TCU history if he falls in the top 20. pro football focus 1 wide receiver this year, he is projected to be selected with a top-10 pick.
He is not the only member of TCU to be a dynamic offense supporter. Quarterback Max Duggan and running back Kendre Miller also declared for the NFL Draft after the 13–2 season.