CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports that "plenty think" Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson "might be the best" cornerback.
College Football Focus measured Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson as allowing a higher percentage of passes (60 percent) for less yardage (9.8 per completion) than MSU's Trae Waynes.
Per TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline, Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson is one player the Packers are targeting in Round 1.
Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson is visiting the Cowboys this week, according to Aaron Wilson.
ESPN's Steve Muench could see a scenario where the 49ers reach for Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson at No. 15.
Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson "showed great improvement in man coverage from 2013 to 2014," wrote NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein.
Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson's "thin frame" has been a "concern for NFL scouts," according to NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson "is a fluid and flexible athlete with enough length and range to line up in press, along with the movement skills to hold up in off coverage," notes Scouts Inc.'s Kevin Weidl.
ESPN's Kevin Weidl writes that Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson "has the cleanest pure movement skills of any cornerback in the class."
Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson will be an attractive option for the Patriots in Round 1.
ESPN's Steve Muench believes Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson "could go in the top 15."
Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson "could be gone by 30 based on need," an NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson elected to stand on all his testing numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine at the school's pro day Monday.
Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson "should be among the next in line" after Trae Waynes and Marcus Peters are off the board, according to Sports Illustrated's Chris Burke.
Wake Forest senior CB Kevin Johnson "is reminiscent of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie both from a build and skill-set standpoint," observed ESPN.com's Kevin Weidl.