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Jamaal Johnson-Webb
T #62
Height:
6-6
Weight:
306
College:
Alabama A&M
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Biography

College Career:

A four-year starter at Alabama A&M, Johnson-Webb became the first player in school history to be invited to the NFL Combine when he participated in February, 2013 … started 45 games for the Bulldogs, beginning his career as a guard before moving to tackle prior to his sophomore season … started all 11 games and earned first-team All-SWAC honors and was named to Phil Steele’s FCS second-team All-American squad as a senior … helped block as the Bulldogs ran for over 1,600 yards and allowed just 18 sacks as a team on the season … started 12 games as a junior and helped Alabama A&M total 1,805 rushing yards and just 22 sacks allowed … made 10 starts at left tackle as a sophomore in ’10, helping the team to finish third in the conference with 1,883 rushing yards … started 12 games as a redshirt freshman in ’09, playing both left and right guard … redshirted in 2008.

College Career:

A four-year starter at Alabama A&M, Johnson-Webb became the first player in school history to be invited to the NFL Combine when he participated in February, 2013 … started 45 games for the Bulldogs, beginning his career as a guard before moving to tackle prior to his sophomore season … started all 11 games and earned first-team All-SWAC honors and was named to Phil Steele’s FCS second-team All-American squad as a senior … helped block as the Bulldogs ran for over 1,600 yards and allowed just 18 sacks as a team on the season … started 12 games as a junior and helped Alabama A&M total 1,805 rushing yards and just 22 sacks allowed … made 10 starts at left tackle as a sophomore in ’10, helping the team to finish third in the conference with 1,883 rushing yards … started 12 games as a redshirt freshman in ’09, playing both left and right guard … redshirted in 2008.

Personal:

Played only one year of football at Mundy’s Mill (Jonesboro, GA) High School … did not play organized football until his senior year of high school … named to the all-regional team in Georgia after his senior year … received scholarship offers from Tennessee State, Tuskegee, Tennessee-Chattanooga, and Jacksonville State as well as Alabama A&M … majored in Electrical Engineering.

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