Orlando Sentinel: Andre Johnson 25th Greatest “U” Player

The Orlando Sentinel have begun ranking the Top 25 to Play for Miami University, and the Houston Texans’ number one wide receiver, Andre Johnson, begins the “U” countdown at 25.  From 1999-2002, the 6’3″, 225lb. wide receiver put together powerful stats and helped bring the Hurricanes to the 2002 and 2003 National Championship Games. At Miami, Johnson ranks fifth in career receptions and third in career reception touchdowns. Some of the Hurricanes ranked ahead of Johnson on the list include Clinton Portis (24), Sean Taylor (19), Devin Hester (18) and Jeremy Shockey (17).


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2 Responses to “Orlando Sentinel: Andre Johnson 25th Greatest “U” Player”

  1. I’m surprised he wasn’t ranked higher. I’d put him above Hester

  2. Jesse Rios says:

    I agree Tommy. Hester shined because he, a kick returner, was one of the best players on his average/above average team. But Andre was on an amazing team, actually discrediting his value on the team as everybody could put up points compared to Hester’s role and value to his average team. Johnson should definitely be ranked higher. Years later he’ll be at the top of the All-Houston Texans team 4sure.

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