Wide receiver/strong safety Trumaine Johnson (6-3., 180, 4.55) from Stockton (Calif.) Edison. Johnson hails from a school that has sent some good players to the D-I level over the years and looks like he could be next.
"Trumaine is very athletic and gifted," Edison coach Elliot Burke said. "He plays both ways for us as a junior and he may end up playing quarterback for us this fall.
"Trumaine has great hands and can leap out of a gym," Burke said. "He is a playmaker, you'll see that on his the highlight tape. He really jumps out at you on tape.
The scouting report on the athletic Johnson is he has the height D-I schools like in a receiver and as a defensive back he is very rangy. He's not afraid to mix it up and he's very willing to work hard on improving his game.
A lot of schools like players to play more than one sport on the high school level and he has that covered, too, as he plays basketball for Edison.
Johnson and earned second-team all-conference and first-team all-area as a wide receiver.
On the season, Johnson hauled in 40 receptions for 703 yards and nine touchdowns while averaging 17.6 yards per grab.
On defensive, Johnson racked up 67 tackles, one sack and one interception.
USC, Cal, Michigan, Oregon, Fresno State, and Nebraska are just a sampling of the schools that are showing early interest in Johnson.