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Aaron Johnson at the combine

Longview High School in Texas will likely have several Division I prospects on its roster next season, and 2010 quarterback Aaron Johnson could be the best of the bunch. Johnson is a versatile athlete and already has several top notch programs near the top of his recruiting wish list.

The 6-foot-1, 178-pound Aaron Johnson spent last season snagging footballs from his slot receiver position, but this year he will be airing the ball out. Johnson was unsure about his stats from his sophomore season, but his athleticism and 4.6 speed have a lot of programs... Recommended Stories

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