Draft Scouting Report

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 91.15 (All-Pro)

Pro Comparison: Braylon Edwards


Quentin Johnston is a big-time downfield playmaker whose physicality, speed and athleticism easily translate to the NFL. He's a high-point-catch machine who can make any young QB's job immeasurably easier because he's such a reliable -- and enormous -- downfield target.


  • Plays above the rim, has high-point-catch ability for days
  • Enormous frame, and an enormous catch radius, with plus athleticism
  • Creates separation at top of route, regularly stacks DBs
  • Thick frame allows him to run through arm tackles on quick screens
  • Can win on vertical routes and intermediate crossing routes with YAC ability
  • Threat on end-arounds
  • Uses body well to shield DB type; will make contested catches look easy at times because of size.
  • Can make defenders miss in short areas, then gets YAC with open-field speed
  • Tracks ball as well as anyone on deep throws; can contort body to make awkward catches


  • Can struggle with focus drops at times
  • Needs to be consistently tough going over middle
  • Can improve as a blocker
  • Will need to improve route-running precision at the next level

Combine Results:

  • Vertical: 40.5 inches
  • Broad Jump: 11 feet, 2 inches

Big 12 Standings

Team Conf Overall
9-0 13-2
7-2 10-4
6-3 8-5
5-4 8-5
4-5 7-6
4-5 6-7
3-6 6-7
3-6 6-7
3-6 5-7
1-8 4-8

2022 Receiving

Regular Season 60 1069 17.8 6 76

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 208 lbs
Birthplace: Temple, TX
Class: Junior