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2004 Draft Prospect Interview: Landon Johnson

Landon Johnson

Since his career began at Purdue, Landon Johnson has been an inspiration to his fellow teammates, winning consecutive spring awards for "outstanding hitter" and "tenacity and intense play" as awarded by the Boilermakers staff. The <i>Silent Assassin</i> is relentless in his pursuit on the field and seems to be in on every play, an attribute that NFL teams will love when the 2004 NFL Draft rolls around.

Landon Johnson was known as a finesse player through his first three years of ball at Purdue but turned it on in his senior season to become a more complete player. A year after coming in second on the team in tackles; Johnson led the way in '03 with 102. As a testament to his changing game, Johnson forced three fumbles and added 5.5 tackles for a loss. The Silent Assassin started to live up...

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