Wide Receiver
Height 6'2"
Weight 190
Year First Year
Hometown Little Rock, Ark.
High School Pulaski Academy
Major Enrolled at Columbia College
Experience High School
School: CC
Birthdate November 23, 1999




A 2018 graduate of Pulaski Academy in Little Rock, Ark., where he played four years of varsity football for Head Coach Kevin Kelley … Named a First Team All-State player as a senior … Selected to the All-USA USA Today Second Team Arkansas squad as a senior … Two-time First Team All-Conference selection … Led Pulaski to four state Class 5A football championships and 54-2 overall record … In his four-year high school career as a wide receiver, caught 158 passes for 2,793 yards and 37 touchdowns with 12 100-yard receiving games … Caught 98 passes for 1,561 yards and 19 touchdowns (15.9 yards per reception average) with eight 100-yard receiving games as a senior … Finished with career-highs for receptions (15) and receiving yards (323) with a long reception of 68 yards and a touchdown vs. Little Rock Christian Academy … Caught nine passes for 146 yards and three touchdowns vs. Sylvan Hills … Caught 13 passes for 141 yards and four touchdowns vs. Parkview … Those three games were in succession … Led the Bruins to a 14-0 record their fourth consecutive Arkansas Class 5A state championship as a senior … Scored touchdown, caught six passes for 122 yards (long of 67 yards) in 37-36 state title win over McClellan … Caught 46 passes for 923 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior … Caught seven passes for 225 yards with a long of 88 yards and four touchdowns vs. Page … Four 100-yard receiving games as a junior … Career-long reception was a 90-yarder vs. McClellan (five catches for 135 yards) … Earned First Team All-Conference honors as a junior … Led the Bruins to a 13-1 overall record, conference title and Class 5A state championship as a junior … Made 13 receptions for 281 yards and three touchdowns as a sophomore while leading the Bruins to another state title … Rated a three-star recruit by,  Rated as the No. 15 recruit in the state of Arkansas … Ranked among Arkansas’ top-25 recruits by SEC Country … Ranked the No. 17 recruit in the Ivy League by HeroSports … Earned seven varsity athletics letters at Pulaski … Also played basketball and competed in track and field as a sprinter … Named an All-State basketball player as a senior in 2017-18 … Two-time All-Conference basketball selection … Averaged 17 points, eight rebounds and five assists per game as a junior … Also ranked among the state’s top-25 basketball players … Played AAU basketball for the Arkansas Spartans Elite … National Honor Society and National Beta Club member … Involved in a variety of community service activities including Champion of Hope Boys and Girls Club and Little Rock Food Bank.




Born Trajen Lee Johnson on November 23, 1999 in Little Rock, Ark. … Son of Lee and Lahoma Johnson of Little Rock, Ark. … Has a sister Latoria Ransom and brother Braelen … Plays the saxophone and was in a jazz band for six years in high school … Music has always been a huge imprint in his life … Mentioned on twitter that he may want to play basketball for Columbia as well … Enjoys football for the team camaraderie and the fact that everybody plays together … Not many people know this but he has written a 50-page thesis on the minimum wage … Committed to Columbia on January 1, 2018 … Chose Columbia for its family-oriented football environment, the academic environment and the opportunity to possibly play both football and basketball in college … Also because he felt like academically and socially that there was not another college that would instill the same values as Columbia … Selected Columbia over offers from Harvard, Yale, Penn, Dartmouth, Cornell, Army West Point, Air Force, Georgetown, Navy, Arkansas State, Central Arkansas, Georgetown, Grambling State, Southeast Missouri State … Also was recruited by Stanford, Arkansas, Mississippi State, Texas, Oklahoma State, Duke, Southern Illinois, Samford and Cincinnati … Enrolled at Columbia College and intends to major in Economics/Political Science.





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