Meet The Newest Cowboy: Lyndell Johnson

Lyndell Johnson is a 6-3, 190-pound safety/linebacker prospect from Plano (East), Texas.

S/LB Lyndell Johnson
6-3, 190, 4.45
Plano (East), Texas
Senior Honors: First team All District 5A-8, first team All-Collin County, SuperPrep All-Region (No. 48 ranked player in Texas), Scout 4-star recruit, Scout No. 19 national ranking at S, first team Texas Football Magazine Super Team, Texas Football Magazine Top 20 Defensive Backs, Texas Football Magazine Top 300 Prospect, Austin American-Statesman Fab 55 Prospect, Dallas Morning News Top 100 Area Prospect.
Senior Stats: 58 tackles, 2 interceptions, 1 fumble caused.
Junior Stats: 72 tackles (46 unassisted, 26 assisted), 4 interceptions.
Other schools recruited by: Arkansas, Arizona, Oklahoma, Kansas, LSU, Minnesota, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Baylor, SMU, TCU, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Utah, Wake Forest.
Greg Powers Signing Day Evaluation: Hard-hitting safety prospect who excels on run coverage and can cause some serious impact with his hitting skills. Good size for a safety he has more room to grow and might eventually grow into a linebacker especially with his tackling ability. Not great in coverage at this time, he is better against the run.

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