11 Antonio Johnson  
Antonio  Johnson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Cleveland, Ohio

High School:
Shaker Heights HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 206

Position:
DB

Experience:
3 Letters

Major:
Sport Management


08/15/2015

Gophers Take Part in Fall Scrimmage at Concordia

Big plays headline final open practice for Minnesota

08/11/2015

2015 Position Preview: Secondary

Senior core returns for 2015 campaign

04/11/2015

Spring Practice Finishes With Spring Game

The Gopher football team wrapped up 2015 spring practice with its annual Spring Game

08/27/2013

Gophers Release Depth Chart, Injury Report

Minnesota hosts UNLV at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 29

08/31/2012

Minnesota-UNLV Game Notes

Golden Gophers 30, Rebels 27

08/29/2014

Gophers Beat Eastern Illinois

Minnesota opened the 2014 season with a 42-20 win over Eastern Illinois.

12/30/2013

Gophers Fall in Texas Bowl

The Gopher football team fell in the Texas Bowl, 21-17, against Syracuse.

11/23/2013

Minnesota vs. Wisconsin (USATSI)

Minnesota vs. Wisconsin (USATSI)

11/24/2012

Football: Gophers vs. Michigan State

Gopher football game vs. Michigan State, Nov. 24, 2012 at TCF Bank Stadium

Photo Gallery

2014 • JUNIOR SEASON: Started six of 12 games played • recorded 33 tackles (2.5 for loss), three pass breakups and one interception. Game-by-Game: Made seven tackles, broke up one pass and returned an interception 17 yards (second interception of his career) against Eastern Illinois • made one tackle against Middle Tennessee • registered two tackles, including one tackle-for-loss, at TCU • tallied one tackle against San Jose State • broke up one pass at Michigan • recorded seven tackles against Northwestern • made two tackles and broke up one pass against Purdue • tallied two tackles at Illinois • made four tackles against Iowa • tallied three tackles against Ohio State • missed Nebraska game with an injury, but saw special teams action at Wisconsin • totaled four tackles, including 1.5 tackles-for-loss, against Missouri.

2013 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Played in 13 games and started six • fourth on the team in tackles (69) and solo tackles (45) • notched one tackle-for-loss and .5 sack • broke up three passes, made one interception and forced one fumble • returned five kicks for 143 yards • averaged 28.6 yards per kick return, with a long of 53 yards. Game-by-Game: Recorded one tackle against UNLV and also registered his first career interception • made three tackles at New Mexico State • tallied three tackles and broke up one pass against Western Illinois • tied for team lead with six tackles against San Jose State • returned three kickoffs for 92 yards (longest was 53) and made two solo tackles against Iowa • recorded two tackles at Michigan • led team with 11 tackles (seven solo) and also returned one kickoff for 22 yards at Northwestern • made five tackles and broke up one pass against Nebraska • started at Indiana and had six tackles and one pass breakup • notched nine tackles and returned one kickoff 29 yards against Penn State • led team with 10 tackles against Wisconsin • assisted on three tackles at Michigan State • made eight tackles, including .5 sack, and forced a fumble against Syracuse.

2012 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in 12 games and started vs. Texas Tech. Game-by-Game: Made his Minnesota and collegiate debut at UNLV, but did not record any statistics • saw action vs. New Hampshire and was credited with his first career tackle • played against Western Michigan and had one tackle on special teams • had one solo tackle at Wisconsin • assisted on one tackle vs. Michigan • assisted on two tackles at Nebraska • recorded one solo tackle vs. Michigan State • made six tackles and had one pass breakup vs. Texas Tech.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Shaker Heights High School • scored 23 touchdowns and rushed for 1,137 yards as a running back during his senior season • recorded 84 total tackles (51 solo, 33 assists) in 2011 • also tacked on a pair of interceptions during his senior season • coached by Jarvis Gibson.

PERSONAL: Born January 25, 1994 • son of James Young and Toni Johnson-Young.