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#27 Jack Johnson

Height 6-0
Weight 194 lbs.
Class So.
Hometown West Des Moines, Iowa
High School Valley
Jack Johnson - Football - University of Iowa Athletics

Hawk Item – – Two-time Dean’s List honoree (spring, 2021, spring, 2022).

2022 Honors – – Academic All-Big Ten for second year . . . 2022 – – Saw action in four regular season games and bowl game . . . saw action in 7-3 opening win over South Dakota State but had no statistics . . . saw action in 10-7 loss to Iowa State but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-0 win over Nevada but had no statistics as offense gained 162 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 27-10 win at Rutgers, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 27-14 loss to #4 Michigan . . . did not see action in 9-6 loss at Illinois . . . did not see action in 54-10 loss at #2 Ohio State . . . did not see action in 33-13 win over Northwestern . . . did not see action in 24-3 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 24-10 win over Wisconsin . . . did not see action in 13-10 win at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-17 loss to Nebraska . . . did not see action in 21-0 Music City Bowl win over Kentucky.

2021 Honors – – Academic All-Big Ten . . . 2021 – – Did not see any game action.

2020 – – Redshirted after joining the program as a walk-on . . . earned Dean’s List recognition, spring, 2021.

High school honors – – Earned second-team all-state honors as a senior . . . first-team all-district as a senior . . . honorable mention all-district as a junior . . . Career – – Two-year football letterman as wide receiver . . . helped prep team reach state quarterfinals as a junior and state championship game as a senior, with two-year record of 22-2 . . . team captain as a senior . . . 36 receptions for 449 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior . . . 22 receptions for 263 yards and four touchdowns as a junior.

Personal – – Born 6/15/01 . . . sport and recreation management major . . . earned Valley HS Academic Award . . . parents are Jill and Tom Johnson . . . high school coach was Gary Swenson.