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Prospect Primer: Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU

Enjoyed monster game on big stage vs. Michigan in CFP semifinal

**Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU  
**Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU ** has consulted more than two dozen mock drafts from reputable national outlets and compiled a list of players most frequently mocked as draft selections in the middle portion of the first round (picks 10-20) who could fit Green Bay's potential roster needs.

Between now and draft day, when the Packers own the No. 15 overall selection in the first round, those players will be profiled with thumbnail sketches and videos known as "Prospect Primers."

Today's player is …

Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU

Height/Weight: 6-3, 208

Key stats: Led his team in all receiving categories in 2022, with 60 catches for 1,069 yards and six TDs. Averaged 22.1 yards per catch in 2020, the highest for a true freshman in Big 12 Conference history.

College honors: Named first-team All-Big 12 each of the last two years and was chosen the College Football Playoff Semifinal Offensive MVP vs. Michigan, against whom he had six receptions for 163 yards, including a 76-yard TD.

Background/other info: That monster game just before the CFP Championship was his fourth 100-yard receiving game last season and ninth in his career, but he was then shut down in the title game (one catch, 3 yards). Finished his career averaging 19.0 yards per catch, which ranked second among active FBS players, to go along with 115 catches for 2,190 yards and 14 TDs over three seasons. Became TCU's first 1,000-yard receiver since first-round draft pick Jalen Reagor in 2018. Knocks on him are questions about the consistency of his hands and ability to make contested catches, especially for a receiver of his size. Had a dominant four-game run in midseason last year, catching 30 passes for 536 yards and four TDs against Kansas, Oklahoma State, Kansas St. and West Virginia. Originally committed to Texas before switching to TCU, becoming the school's second-highest rated recruit in longtime coach Gary Patterson's tenure.