A member of the defensive-line rotation who brings excellent quickness off the corner ... will look for an expanded role during his senior season.
2005: Saw action in eight games and was credited with eight tackles ... had a quarterback sack for a seven-yard loss against Washington ... was credited with three tackles against the Huskies ... also had three stops against Illinois in his first career start.
Community College: Named to the 2003 NorCal All-Conference first team as a defensive end at CCSF ... a key member of the 2003 team that was crowned community college national champions (12-0) for the seventh time in school history and beat Grossmont College, 38-35, to claim the California state title ... tracked down quarterbacks for 32.5 sacks during his two-year career, only one sack from tying the school's career record ... contributed greatly to CCSF defenses that ranked No. 1 nationally in both 2002 and 2003 ... recorded 22 sacks in '03 despite missing one game with a back injury ... perhaps his finest effort of 2003 came against San Jose City College, when he swarmed inside for eight tackles, three sacks, three caused fumbles and one fumble recovery.
Personal: A graduate of Marin Catholic HS, he attended CCSF but did not play football in 2001 ... formerly known as Justin Johnson ... older brother, Bennie Johnson II, played two football seasons as a tight end at Oregon State (where he was coached by Cal offensive line coach Jim Michalczik) ... father, Bennie Johnson, is a high school football coach, and mother, Marie Johnson, is an officer with the U.S. Coast Guard.
Abd Allah's Career Defensive Stats