Purdue's Josh Johnson may not have been the biggest name at cornerback on the team thanks to Ricardo Allen, but he's a playmaker in his own right who has some traits that could allow him to be productive in the NFL.
Johnson is a big, physical corner at 5'10" and 200 pounds. He uses his physicality to survive in mostly man coverage.
While Johnson does not record many interceptions, he is a physical presence who bullies receivers and does the little things that go unnoticed like disrupting the timing of a play at the line of scrimmage.
During his time at Purdue, Johnson did many of these things and propelled the defense to big plays. Here are a few of his big plays from his tenure with the team.