* Biletnikoff Award winner|
* Unanimous first-team All-America
* SECOND IN THE NATION with 15 TD receptions (school record)
* Leads the ACC in receptions (76, 5.4 pg) and receiving yards (1,202, 85.8 pg)
* Caught 15 of Tech's 25 touchdown passes this season and 26 of 51 in his career
* Responsible for 44 percent of Tech's pass completions and 50 percent of its passing yards
* Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year
* First-team all-ACC for the third straight year
* Semifinalist for the Maxwell Award
* Top 10 Player to Watch for the Walter Camp Award
* Finalist for the Biletnikoff Award
*The attention he draws opens up Tech's running game (162 yards per game/second in ACC)
*28 career touchdown catches in 38 games (5th in ACC history)
*Tech's all-time leader in receiving yards with 2,927
All-America wide receiver who is one of the nation's most talented and most exciting players . . . Rare combination of size (6-5, 235), 4.4 speed, strength, leaping ability (45-inch vertical jump), body control and hand-eye coordination, plus a tremendous work ethic.
Winner of the Biletnikoff Award as the nation's top receiver . . . Finished 10th in the Heisman Trophy balloting . . . Unanimous first-team all-America, earning first team selection from Associated Press, the American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association of America, Walter Camp Foundation and The Sporting News . . . Named to the AFCA first team for the second straight year . . . One of 48 players in Georgia Tech history to be named a first-team all-America, but one of just six Yellow Jackets, and the first since Marco Coleman in 1990-91, to be a two-time first-team all-America . . . Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and a first-team all-ACC selection for the third straight year . . . The first player in Tech history to be a three-time, first-team all-ACC selection . . . Joins quarterback Joe Hamilton as the only Yellow Jackets to be named ACC Player of the Year . . . Also joins Hamilton, the 1999 Davey O'Brien Award winner, as the only Tech players to win a national award . . . Walter Camp Award Top 10 Player to Watch and semifinalist for the Maxwell Award as Collegiate Player of the Year . . . Mid-Season first-team all-America by SI.com and College Football News . . . The No. 1 player in the nation on the "Mid-Season Hot 100" by ESPN.com columnist Bruce Feldman . . . Preseason choice as ACC Player of the Year, as voted upon by the media the annual ACC Football Kickoff . . . Preseason first-team all-America by The Sporting News and Lindy's . . . Preseason watch lists for the Walter Camp Player of the Year and the Biletnikoff Award . . .
Tied for second in the nation with 15 touchdown receptions, a new Georgia Tech season record and the third-best season total in ACC history . . . Only Jarrett Dillard of Rice (21) had more TD catches this season . . . Caught 76 passes for a school-record 1,202 yards (15.8 yards per catch) and caught 15 of Tech's 25 touchdown passes . . . Led the Atlantic Coast Conference in receptions per game (5.4) and receiving yards per game (85.9) . . . Named ACC Offensive Back of the Week three of the first five weeks of the season and four times overall . . . The attention he draws opens up Tech's running game; the Jackets averaged 162 rushing per game (second in ACC) . . . Season totals of 76 catches ranks as the second-best season totals in school history.
Had perhaps the best game of his remarkable career against West Virginia in the Toyota Gator Bowl with nine catches for a career-best 186 yards . . . Caught touchdowns passes of 31 and 48 yards and set up another score with a 35-yard catch at the three-yard line.
Opened the season with seven catches for 111 yards against second-ranked Notre Dame, including a four-yard touchdown catch . . . Named Co-ACC Offensive Back of the Week . . . Caught touchdown passes of five and 11 yards, then sat out the second half of Tech's victory over Samford . . . Hampered by a leg injury against Troy but caught two passes and gained 21 yards on a reverse . . .
Had a sensational game in Tech's Thursday night win over Virginia; despite missing the entire week of practice with a leg injury, he had a then career-best 165 yards receiving on five catches . . . Caught the two longest touchdown passes of his career at 58 yards and 66 yards, on consecutive plays . . . Named ACC Offensive Back of the Week for the second time this season . . . Also nominated for the Cingular All-America Player of the Week.
Followed with another outstanding game to lead the Jackets to a 38-27 win at 10th-ranked Virginia Tech . . . Had six catches for 115 yards against the Hokies, with touchdown receptions of three and 53 yards on consecutive possessions in the first quarter . . . Named Cingular All-America Player of the Week . . . Selected ACC Offensive Back of the Week for the second straight week and third time on the season . . . His 53-yard touchdown catch, on which he caught a short pass and outraced three defenders for the endzone and a 14-0 Tech lead, was nominated for the Pontiac Game-Changing Performance of the Week.
Added a career-best 10 receptions for 133 yards, including a 10-yard touchdown catch, in Tech's win over Maryland . . . That gave him a total of 22 catches for 413 yards and five touchdowns in a three-game span in which he led the Jackets to wins over Virginia, Virginia Tech and Maryland . . . His one-yard touchdown catch against Miami was the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter of Tech's crucial ACC win.
Had 168 yards receiving on nine receptions in Tech's win at NC State, including two touchdowns . . . Caught touchdowns passes of 25 and 43 yards in the first quarter, then set up the clinching touchdown with a 33-yard reception down to the seven-yard line late in the game . . . Played just one half of Tech's win over Duke but had two touchdown catches of 11 and 19 yards, one of which he set up himself with a 46-yard reception . . . Had eight catches for 117 yards, his sixth 100-yard game of the season, against Wake Forest in the ACC Championship game.
First-team all-America by the American Football Coaches' Association (AFCA) . . . The 48th first-team all-America in Tech history but first since offensive tackle Chris Brown in 2000 . . . Also earned second-team all-America honors from Associated Press and Walter Camp, as well as first-team accolades from Rivals.com . . . The first Tech receiver to earn all-America recognition of any kind since Billy Martin in 1963 . . . Unanimous first-team all-Atlantic Coast Conference selection, earning all-ACC honors for the second straight year . . . Semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award as the nation's top receiver . . .
Named first-team all-ACC, just the second true freshman in Tech history, and the 11th in league history, to earn first-team all-ACC honors . . . The second straight Yellow Jacket to be named the Atlantic Coast Conference Rookie of the Year, following 2003 honoree Reggie Ball . . . Becomes the sixth Tech player so honored . . . First-team Freshman All-America by The Sporting News and Rivals.com . . . The Jackets' leading receiver with 48 catches for 837 yards and seven touchdowns, all Tech freshman records . . . Among all-time ACC freshmen, ranks second in receiving yards (853, Koren Robinson, NC State, 1999) and third in receptions (58, Frank Wycheck, Maryland, 1990; 49, Derrick Hamilton, Clemson, 2001) . . . Second in the ACC with seven touchdown catches; also second in receiving yards and third in receptions per game . . . Scored eight touchdowns on the season, also a Tech freshman record.
One of Tech's most highly publicized signees in recent years . . . Rated among the nation's top 10 wide receivers and top 100 players by virtually every recruiting analyst . . . Tabbed the No. 4 wide receiver and No. 15 player in the nation by TheInsiders.com . . . Named to the Super Southern 100 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Rivals 100 by Rivals.com, TheInsiders.com Hot 100, the SuperPrep All-America 275 and the Prep Star Top 100 Dream Team . . . Rated the No. 3 player in Georgia, No. 12 in the Southeast and No. 37 in the nation by Rivals.com . . . The No. 7 wide receiver in the nation by SuperPrep . . . First-team all-state selection (Class AAAA) by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution . . . Tabbed to the AJC's preseason Super 11 . . . Caught 40 passes for 736 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior . . . Added 34 receptions for 646 yards and 10 scores as a junior for two-year totals of 80 catches, 1,479 yards and 18 TDs. . . Coached by Rodney Walker at Sandy Creek High.
Full name is Calvin Johnson . . . Born Sept. 25, 1985 . . . Parents are Calvin and Arica Johnson . . . Majoring in Management.