Career: Two-year letter-winner in both football and basketball ... Gave up his final two seasons in both football and basketball to enter the 2003 NFL Draft ... In two years (2001, 2002) as a wide receiver, he caught 79 passes for 1,032 yards and 15 touchdowns ... He finished his career tied for 10th all-time in career touchdown receptions ... Caught at least one touchdown pass in 14 of the 23 games in which he played ... Two year member of the Cardinal basketball team (2000-01, 2001-02).
The 2002 Season: Moved into the starting lineup at wide receiver, where he started all 11 games ... Led the team with 41 receptions for 467 yards (11.4 ypc) and eight touchdowns ... Also led the team in scoring with 52 points (eight TDs, two, two-point conversions) ... Tied for seventh on Stanford's single season chart in touchdown receptions ... Had four catches for 117 yards and one TD in the season opener at Boston College ... In that game, he had a career-long 80-yard reception ... In game two, he had seven receptions for 107 yards and two touchdowns vs. San Jose State ... Caught at least one TD pass in seven of Stanford's 11 games.
The 2001 Season: In his first season as a wide receiver, Teyo immediately established himself as one of the team's primary offensive weapons and one of the top young players in the Pacific-10 Conference ... He finished the season with 38 receptions for 565 yards (14.9 ypc) - both second best on the team - and seven touchdowns, which tied for the team lead ...He also caught a pair of two-point conversions ... Named the conference's Co-Freshman of the Year along with Reggie Williams of Washington ... Also named a Fourth-Team Freshman All-American by The Sporting News ... Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 selection ... Began the season with nine receptions for 127 yards through the first four games ... Over the following six games, Johnson caught 29 balls for 438 yards and five TDs ... Set career-bests with eight receptions for 116 yards and two TDs vs. Arizona ... Other top games include six receptions for 84 yards and one touchdown vs. California, five catches for 95 yards, one touchdown and a two-point conversion against Oregon and six catches for 80 yards and another two-point conversion against Washington ... Had a season-high 54-yard reception vs. the Huskies ... In the 2001 Seattle Bowl vs. Georgia Tech, he led the team with six catches for 45 yards and scored the team's only touchdown, that coming on a four-yard pass from Chris Lewis ... Winner of the Menlo-Atherton Trophy as the team's Most Outstanding Freshman.
The 2000 Season: Redshirted his true freshman season as a quarterback.
In Basketball: Two-year letterwinner in basketball for one of the nation's top programs ... He was a valuable reserve as a true freshman in 2000-01 ... Joined the basketball team on a full-time basis for the 2001-02 season after playing in the Seattle Bowl on December 27, 2001 ... In December, 2001, Johnson would pull double duty practicing with both the football and basketball teams ... On three occasions, he practiced with the football team in the afternoon, then suited up and played in basketball games that evening ... Played in 25 games in 2001-02, 11 as a starter ... Averaged 5.8 points and 4.8 rebounds ... Scored a career-high 15 points vs. Oregon State (2/9/02) ... Also scored 12 points in a key home game vs. Arizona (2/2/02) ... Tied a career-best by grabbing seven rebounds on three occasions in 2001-02 vs. Oregon, Arizona and Washington ... Also had a career-high five assists vs. the Huskies (2/14/02) ... A valuable frontline player off the bench for a Cardinal team that was ranked No. 1 in the country and reached the NCAA West Regional Final during the 2000-01 season ... In 28 games, averaged 4.1 points and 2.2 rebounds ... Shot 51.3 (39-of-76) percent from the floor and 45.5 (10-of-22) percent from 3-point range ... The 3-point percentage was the second highest by a freshman in school history ... Named to the Honorable Mention All Pac-10 Freshman Team ... Played a season-high 23 minutes in the NCAA West Regional Final against Maryland (3/24/01) ... Played 20 minutes against UNC Greensboro (3/15/01) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament with eight points, four rebounds, one assist and a block ... Chalked up eight points in eight minutes of play against St. Joseph's (3/17/01) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
In High School: One of the most coveted recruits in the nation out of Mira Mesa High School in San Diego ... Excelled in both football and basketball in high school ... Received numerous national awards and honors as one of the top prep athletes in both football and basketball ... A consensus All-American as an "athlete" in football ...PrepStar named him the No. 2 "athlete" in the nation while SuperPrep rated him No. 4 among "jumbo athletes" ... Played quarterback, wide receiver and defensive end in HS ... As a senior, he threw for 1,068 yards and 11 TDs while also rushing 48 times for 411 yards and four touchdowns ... He also caught 24 passes for 368 yards and three TDs, and as a defensive end, registered 60 tackles, 14 sacks, eight deflections, four forced fumbles and two interceptions (one returned for a touchdown) ... Named to PrepStar's "Dream Team" following his senior season ... Also named an All-American by ESPN, Tom Lemming's Report and Reebok ... A Gridiron Greats Top 100 ... Named to the Long Beach Press Telegram's Best in the West ... Orange County Register Fab 15 in both football and basketball as a senior ... San Diego Union-Tribune Athlete of the Year for 1999-2000 ... In basketball, also received honors as one of the top players in the nation ... He was named among the top 20 juniors in the nation by Dick Vitale ... Four-year varsity basketball starter, and was the team leader in scoring, rebounds, assists and steals in each of his four seasons ... He was the MVP of the Nike Best In the West Camp, and also competed at the '99 Nike All-American Camp, the ABCD Adidas Camp and the Olympic USA Basketball Camp ... Member of the Canadian Junior Olympic Basketball Team which competed in Brazil in the summer of 2000 ... Also competed in track and field ... Qualified for the Washington State Track Meet in '99 ...Best times include 14.3 in the 110 hurdles and 11.0 in the 100-meters ... Named Mira Mesa Male Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Attended Mariner High School in Washington his sophomore and junior seasons before transferring to Mira Mesa for his senior season ... High school teammate of Stanford sophomore Amon Gordon ... Was an Associated Student Body Representative at Mira Mesa, and also served as a motivational speaker for youth groups ... Received the Urban League's Golden Pyramid Scholar Award.
Personal Information: Sociology major ... Two older brothers played both college and pro football ... Ahmani was an Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 linebacker at Oregon State as a senior in 1996 ... Ahmani later signed a free agent contract with the Chicago Bears ... Riall, who played outside linebacker at Stanford from 1997-2000, was a two-time All-Pac-10 player and Second-Team All-American in 2000 ... He was selected in the sixth round of the 2001 NFL Draft by Cincinnati ... He is the only player in Pac-10 history to lead the conference sacks in consecutive seasons (1999, 2000).