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Barkley and Gesicki claim first team honors, while McSorley and Hamilton earn second team accolades
Penn State scores 35 points unanswered to extend home winning streak
Saquon Barkley, Trace McSorley each score three touchdowns
Photos from Penn State Football vs. Washington football at the Fiesta Bowl - Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017
Photos from Penn State football vs. Maryland - Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017
Images of the Penn State versus Rutgers football game at Penn State.
Check out the photo gallery from the Penn State Football game against Northwestern.
USATSI Gallery - Penn State @ Iowa
Awards: Earned a spot on the Pro Football Focus Big Ten Team of the Week following his game-winning touchdown catch at Iowa (9/30)...Named to the Pro Football Focus Big Ten Team of the Week following his first career 100-yard receiving game vs. Nebraska.
Season: Started 11 games...Made his first career touchdown catch as time expired at Iowa (9/23) to give Penn State a come-from-behind victory.
Akron (9/2): Made four receptions for a game-high 84 yards...Both totals were career highs and surpassed his career totals coming into the season. Pittsburgh (9/9): Made one catch for 4 yards. Georgia State (9/16): Caught two passes for 17 yards. at Iowa (9/23): Posted a career-high seven receptions...Boasted a then-career-high 92 yards...Made his first career touchdown reception as time expired to give Penn State a walk-off win in regulation for the first time since 1929 vs. Lafayette (per Lou Prato's Penn State Football Encyclopedia)...Also appeared on special teams. Indiana (9/30): Caught four passes for 63 yards. at Northwestern (10/7): Totaled 43 yards on a game-high-tying six grabs. Michigan (10/21): Had three grabs for 30 yards. at Ohio State: Totaled 29 yards on three catches. at Michigan State (11/4): Posted two catches for 27 yards. Rutgers (11/11): Made a game-high five catches for 78 yards. Nebraska (11/18): Caught five passes for a career-high 105 yards, which was his first-career 100-yard game...The 43-yard reception in the first quarter tied his career long catch.
➤ 2016 ➤ Redshirt Freshman Season
Awards: Named Academic All-Big Ten.
Season: Appeared in all 14 games, primarily on special teams...One of 18 first-time starters in 2016...Made his first career start at Purdue (10/29)...One of 27 freshmen (22 redshirt, 5 true) to appear in 2016...Ranked second on the team with nine special teams tackles (8 kickoff, 1 punt).
Kent State (9/3): Made his collegiate debut. at Pitt (9/10): Collected his first collegiate reception, a 27-yard grab from Trace McSorley on Penn State’s final scoring drive of the game. Minnesota (10/1): Made one special teams tackle. Maryland (10/8): Had one special teams tackle. at Purdue (10/29): Made two special teams tackles. at Indiana (11/12): Had one stop on kickoff return. at Rutgers (11/19): Blocked a third-quarter punt that set up Penn State’s first touchdown of the game...Made one tackle on special teams...Returned one punt for 20 yards...Was the coaching staff’s Special Teams Player of the Week. Michigan State (11/26): Lone reception came in the fourth quarter, going for 43 yards. vs. Wisconsin (12/3): Made one solo stop on kickoff coverage. vs. USC (1/2): Made two special teams tackles.
➤ 2015 ➤ True Freshman Season
➤ High School
Played at Glassboro High School for head coach Mark Maccarone...Recorded 42 catches for 804 yards and nine touchdowns as well as two rushing touchdowns as a senior in 2014...Made 22 stops as a defensive back...Participated in The Opening, an all-star prospect camp held on the Nike campus, in 2014 and the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl...Rated as a four-star prospect and a Top 5 player in New Jersey by all four major recruiting services: 247Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout...Ranked as a Top 25 receiver in the class by 247Sports, ESPN and Rivals and the 134th overall player in the class by Rivals...Also played basketball.
Full name is Juwan Perry Johnson...Son of George and Ida Johnson...Has two older brothers, Darreus and George Jr....Brother, George, played defensive end at Rutgers and was in the NFL for seven seasons...Majoring in telecommunications...Born September 13, 1996 in Stratford, New Jersey.