Washington receiver James Johnson has been kind of a forgotten man the last two years -- years wiped away due to injury. But he's healthy and has been one of the stars of spring practice. With Jermaine Kearse and Devin Aguilar gone, and youngster Kasen Williams still developing, Johnson sees an opportunity to end his Husky career in grand fashion.
Receivers coach Jimmie Dougherty said Johnson is playing with tremendous confidence and has become a leader for the offense. With health, confidence and opportunity with fast-rising quarterback Keith Price under center, Johnson could be a very interesting under-the-radar receiver in the Pac-12 this year.