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Patriots add Division 2 prospect

Posted by Albert Breer  April 28, 2010 06:30 PM

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You're really into this pre-draft stuff if you've heard of this guy ...

According to the official website of California University of Pennsylvania, CB Terrence Johnson has signed a deal with the Patriots as an undrafted free agent. The four-year starter had 178 tackles and 16 picks over his career for the Division 2 powerhouse.

Johnson wasn't in my trusty Pro Football Weekly draft guide, and NFL Draft Scout, at the CBS Sports website, was the only place where a scouting report popped up after a Google search for "Terrence Johnson". Says he could work out as a zone corner.

Maybe more interesting from the link above from the school website was the emphasis on his special teams prowess. That's usually where players like this have to make their mark to make the team.
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