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Name: Jeremy Johnson 
College: Auburn     Number: 6
Height: 6-4   Weight: 232
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2017

40 Low: 4.67
   40 Time: 4.75
  40 High: 4.84
Projected Round:   Stock:   High: HPFA  Low: Tryouts
Rated number 19 out of 138 QB's     442 / 2751 TOTAL
Combine Invite: 
Height: 6042
Weight: 232
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Dates: 03/10/17
Height: 6042
Weight: 232
40 Yrd Dash: 4.75
20 Yrd Dash: 2.76
10 Yrd Dash: 1.60
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 31 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'06"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.46
3-Cone Drill: 7.07

   40 Time Range: 4.71-4.78
 Data Scout Notes: 2016: NAC...2015: NAC...PMaxwell/PO'Brien...2015: P2ndM...2014: NAC...2013: NAC/NAM
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11/20/16 - No. 15 Auburn rolls to 55-0 victory over Alabama A&M ... One of Auburn's goals going into Saturday night's game against Alabama A&M was to earn its first shutout since 2008. "Any time you get a shutout is something special," Tigers coach Gus Malzahn said. "It's so hard to get a shutout in college football." No. 15 Auburn made it look easy in this one, allowing only 130 total yards and forcing 12 punts from its outmatched FCS opponent in a 55-0 rout at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. In upping their record to 8-3, the Tigers got solid play from backup quarterback Jeremy Johnson, who filled in for the injured Sean White. Johnson completed 14 of 19 passes for 147 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 42 yards and two scores on six carries. White was one of several Auburn starters who were either held out or forced out because of injuries. Starting running back Kamryn Pettway, who leads the SEC in rushing yards per game at 138.6, didn't play. - The Sports Xchange
09/16/15 - Auburn's Johnson looks to cut down mistakes against LSU...Auburn is standing behind struggling quarterback Jeremy Johnson, but his performance at LSU this week looms as a potential crossroads moment for the 2015 Tigers. Johnson, viewed as a preseason Heisman Trophy quarterback, has five interceptions in 53 pass attempts and his performance last week left the Tigers ripe for the Jacksonville State upset bid. "It's football," said Johnson. "Interceptions are going to happen. All the greats throw interceptions. I feel really good about where this team is, and where I'm at. I have a lot of confidence in myself, so does my team." Head coach Gus Malzahn agreed with Johnson's sentiment that some of his mistakes were a byproduct of calling plays that didn't hit weak spots of the defense. "I need to help Jeremy, too," Malzahn said.

LSU hosts Auburn on Saturday night in a game that will help determine the verdict, and not just in Johnson's case to remain the Tigers' quarterback. Following the overtime drama against an in-state undercard FCS opponent last week, Auburn dropped 11 spots in the polls. Malzahn said the trip to Death Valley sets the tone for the rest of the season. "The first two games obviously aren't up to our standards," Malzahn said. "Our rushing yards ... that's the area that's really got to improve." There was no issue with the running game late in last week's game with Peyton Barber carrying the load. Malzahn said he "willed us" to the win. - The Sports Xchange

09/15/15 - Auburn stands behind QB Johnson...Auburn is standing behind struggling quarterback Jeremy Johnson, but his performance at LSU this week looms as a potential crossroads moment for the 2015 Tigers. Johnson, viewed as a preseason Heisman Trophy quarterback, has five interceptions in 53 pass attempts and his performance last week left the Tigers ripe for the Jacksonville State upset bid. "It's football," said Johnson. "Interceptions are going to happen. All the greats throw interceptions. I feel really good about where this team is, and where I'm at. I have a lot of confidence in myself, so does my team." Head coach Gus Malzahn agreed with Johnson's sentiment that some of his mistakes were a byproduct of calling plays that didn't hit weak spots of the defense. "I need to help Jeremy, too," Malzahn said.

LSU hosts Auburn on Saturday night in a game that will help determine the verdict, and not just in Johnson's case to remain the Tigers' quarterback. Following the overtime drama against an in-state undercard FCS opponent last week, Auburn dropped 11 spots in the polls. Malzahn said the trip to Death Valley sets the tone for the rest of the season. "The first two games obviously aren't up to our standards," Malzahn said. "Our rushing yards" that's the area that's really got to improve." There was no issue with the running game late in last week's game with Peyton Barber carrying the load. Malzahn said he "willed us" to the win. - The Sports Xchange

09/14/15 - FIVE BIGGEST TAKEAWAYS FROM WEEK 2 IN THE SEC: 1. Having 10 teams ranked the Top 25 was short-lived. Arkansas, Mississippi State and Tennessee all dropped out after losses, and Auburn and Missouri looked shaky after close calls against overmatched opponents but remained in at Nos. 18 and 22, respectively. - The Sports Xchange
09/14/15 - AUBURN (2-0, 0-0)...Game: Auburn 27, Jacksonville State 20. The Tigers trailed going into the final minute of regulation but QB Jeremy Johnson's seven-yard pass to WR Melvin Ray finished a five-play, 31-yard drive and sent the game into overtime. The Tigers benefited from two key mistakes by the visitors late in the fourth quarter, first a personal foul penalty on a kickoff return that backed up the Gamecocks at their own seven-yard line followed by a shanked punt on the ensuing drive that set up the Tigers at JSU's 31-yard line. Auburn scored the only touchdown in overtime on RB Peyton Barbers four-yard rush up the middle.

Takeaway: Johnson threw for 236 yards and two touchdowns in completing 21 of 32 passes, but he also was picked off twice, giving him five interceptions in just two games. He passed for only 100 yards in the first half, which ended with Jacksonville State holding a shocking 10-6 lead. But coach Gus Malzahn liked the way the junior finished, completing four of his last five attempts on his final drive of regulation and in overtime. "At the end of the game when we needed him, he came through," Malzahn said. Next: At LSU, Sept. 19. - The Sports Xchange

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