Why Johnson was selected:
He ran for 243 yards and three touchdowns and caught a pass for another score in the Hilltoppers' 34-27 win at Geneva.
Herald-News sports writer Curt Herron talked with Johnson.
Herron: What's your favorite food and restaurant?
Johnson: Catfish fillets or any type of seafood. And Red Lobster, that's my spot.
Herron: Favorite type of music and artist?
Johnson: I listen to a lot of R & B, hip hop and rap. And my favorite artist has to be Drake.
Herron: What do you like watching on TV?
Johnson: It's Game of Thrones and I try to watch every episode each week.
Herron: What do you do in your free time?
Johnson: I like to play video games with my friends. And right now, I'm just playing NBA 2K and a lot of Call of Duty.
Herron: Where's the best place you've been and where do you want to travel to?
Johnson: Florida is a really nice place. And I really want to go overseas, somewhere like Italy.
Herron: What's your favorite class in school?
Johnson: Human biology because I want to go to school to study the body.
Herron: What would you like to do in your future?
Johnson: I really want to be a pharmacist.
Herron: What celebrity would you like to meet?
Johnson: It would probably be LeBron James or Kobe Bryant.
Herron: How about meeting a former athlete?
Johnson: Definitely Michael Jordan or Deion Sanders.
Herron: Who's your favorite pro sports team?
Johnson: The Dallas Cowboys.
Herron: Who's your favorite athlete?
Johnson: I love LeBron James.
Herron: What's your favorite college?
Johnson: The University of Illinois.
Herron: What do you like the most about JCA?
Johnson: Just how everyone is so kind and welcoming and how you can pretty much count on anyone in the school. It's been great here.
Herron: What do like the most about your team?
Johnson: Our chemistry and how close we are. We're one group and everybody is all in and together, so we're like a big family.
Herron: What do like the most about Joliet?
Johnson: Just growing up around my friends and everyone's still around so I can hang out with anyone and there's a lot of things to do.