ORLANDO, Fla. -- One of the many Florida-born Rutgers football players, sophomore left tackle Kaleb Johnson received two special visits for practice on Christmas. Practicing for the Russell Athletic Bowl in front of his mother and brother, Johnson discussed the game, the holidays and the need to transition into game mode.
Spring camp is over and the Rutgers football team has three weeks off before regrouping for summer classes. Coming out of the spring, ScarletReport.com is here to individually break down every expected member of the summer two-deep. Today, we kick things off at first-team left tackle and Kaleb Johnson.
Rutgers true freshman offensive lineman Kaleb Johnson (Jacksonville, Fla.) was named to the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) Freshman All-America Team Monday. Johnson became the fifth player in school history to earn the prestigious honor.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. — True freshman Kaleb Johnson won the starting right tackle job early in the season and never surrendered it. As he prepares for his first bowl-game start in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Johnson reflected on his first season at Rutgers with the final game kicking off in two weeks at Yankee Stadium.
Rutgers true freshman offensive tackle Kaleb Johnson was named a Third Team Freshman All-America by Phil Steele Wednesday. Earlier in the week, Rivals.com named Johnson a Second Team Freshman All-American.
Rutgers true freshman offensive tackle Kaleb Johnson (Jacksonville, Fla.) was named a Second Team Freshman All-America by Rivals.com Monday. Johnson started all 10 games he played in this season at right tackle for the Scarlet Knights.