2012 NFL Draft: 5 Strengths and Weaknesses of Trumaine Johnson's Game

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2012 NFL Draft: 5 Strengths and Weaknesses of Trumaine Johnson's Game

Trumaine Johnson has been a warrior in the Montana Grizzlies secondary for four years. He started at corner as a freshman, a rare feat at Montana, after having been recruited out of California as a wide receiver. Coaches saw his destiny at corner, and trusting those coaches resulted in a 15-interception career as one of the best defensive players the school has ever had.

Trumaine was not a totally unknown commodity coming out of high school. He was an All-Conference basketball player, as well as a high school legend at quarterback and defensive back. He had interest from both Arizona State and California but chose to attend Montana.

He has garnered a bit of a following amongst draftniks and scouts. Let's take a look at his game:

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