TCU Star WR Quentin Johnston Makes NFL Draft Decision

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TCU would lose another key member of last season's team.

Wide receiver Quentin Johnson declared for the 2023 NFL Draft on Monday evening.

He thanked the TCU community in an Instagram post announcing his decision.

Johnson also shared the statement on Twitter, along with a highlight reel.

Johnson led the Horned Frogs in rushing with 1,069 yards his junior year.

The 6-foot-4, 215-pound wideout scored six touchdowns in each of his last two seasons.

The Texas native ignited TCU's College Football Playoff rout at Michigan with 163 yards and a touchdown.

However, Georgia held him to three yards in the one-sided national championship.

Johnson could become the highest drafted wideout in TCU history if he makes the top 20.

Pro Football Focus ranks him as the No. 1 wide receiver this year, projecting him to be selected with a top-10 pick.

He is not the only member of TCU to be a dynamic offense supporter.

Quarterback Max Duggan and running back Kendre Miller also declared for the NFL Draft after the 13–2 season.