Juwan Johnson
Wide ReceiverWR
Oregon Ducks
Probable
Injury Calf
2019 Fantasy Outlook
Johnson made the savvy move of transferring to Oregon at a time where the program is returning a future first-round pick at quarterback while also looking to replace its top receiver from 2018 in Dillon Mitchell. Oregon has talented pieces other than Johnson on the roster, including freshman Mycah Pittman, but Johnson (6-4, 230) has the size and experience to be an instant impact player on the outside and in the red zone. Players like Jaylon Redd and Johnny Johnson have been with the program long enough to establish that they are little more than role players. Everything is set up for Johnson to finally live up to the outsized expectations that have hovered over him since his days as a high school recruit. Read Past Outlooks
Dressed for pregame warmups
WROregon
Calf
October 5, 2019
Johnson (calf) was spotted in uniform during pregame warmups, James Crepea of The Oregonianreports.
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If he stays the course, the matchup with Cal would be Johnson's first career appearance for the Ducks. The fifth-year senior last played in eight games in 2018 for Penn State, snagging 25 catches for 352 yards and one touchdown
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
2017
2018
The Penn State faithful have waited patiently for Johnson to live up to his lofty hype, and this could be the year it finally comes to fruition. To be clear, Penn State has a number of promising and established receiving targets such as DaeSean Hamilton, Saeed Blacknall, and DeAndre Thompkins along with tight end Mike Gesicki. However, Johnson (6-4, 227) has unrivaled size among Penn State wideouts and he's been looking extremely impressive throughout spring and summer workouts. In limited action last season, Johnson pulled in two receptions -- but they went for a total of 70 yards. Even if Hamilton, Blacknall, and Thompkins all begin the year as starters, Johnson should work his way into the mix and become one of Penn State's most dangerous down field and red zone threats.
Despite possessing the ideal measurables (6-foot-4, 226 pounds) of a red zone threat, Johnson was lost in the shuffle when the Nittany Lions reached the area last season, notching only one touchdown. Though Trace McSorley spread his targets around pretty evenly in 2017, the departures of DaeSean Hamilton, Saquon Barkley and Mike Gesicki will likely push Johnson to the forefront of the Nittany Lions' offense. Considering he already garnered 80 targets last season, it's reasonable to anticipate him reaching 100 and adding more trips to the end zone during 2018.
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Getting better
WROregon
Calf
October 2, 2019
Head coach Mario Cristobal said Johnson (calf) is "progressing," Ryan Thorburn of The Eugene Register-Guard reports.
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Remains day-to-day
WROregon
Calf
September 25, 2019
Johnson (calf) is still considered day-to-day, Ryan Thorburn of The Eugene Register-Guard reports.
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Questionable for Saturday
WROregon
Calf
September 21, 2019
Johnson (calf) is questionable for Saturday's game against Stanford, Tyson Alger of The Athletic reports.
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Not dressed
WROregon
Calf
September 14, 2019
Johnson (calf) is not dressed once again ahead of Oregon's game against Montana on Saturday night,Michael Lev of the Arizona Daily Star reports.
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Could be game-time call
WROregon
Calf
September 11, 2019
Coach Mario Cristobal Rob Moseley of Oregon's official site Wednesday that Johnson (calf) remains day-to-day and a decision on his status won't be made until Friday or Saturday, Rob Moseley of Oregon's official site reports.
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