March 22, 2018

Andre Johnson to be Inducted into the “U” Hall of Fame

th (53)Houston Texans wide receiver, Andre Johnson will be inducted into the University of Miami’s Sports Hall of Fame. Johnson will be inducted in the 46th Annual event on Thursday, April 10th at Jungle Island in Miami.

Johnson attended the University of Miami and played from 2000-2002 where he posted 92 receptions and 1,831 yards with 20 touchdowns. He was the Co-MVP with quarterback Ken Dorsey in the 2002 Rose Bowl in their win over Nebraska. The talented wide receiver also excelled for the Hurricanes in Track and Field, where he won the Big East Indoor Championships in the 60 meter dash (6.81 seconds) and the Big East Outdoor Championship in the 100 meter dash (10.59) in 2002.

He also won a National Championship in 2002 with Hurricanes where he had 7 receptions for 199 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns in the 2002 Rose Bowl.

After his storied career at Miami he declared early for the 2003 NFL Draft where he was selected as the 3rd overall pick by the Houston Texans. Johnson has become the face of the franchise, where he has accumulated 927  receptions, 12,661 yards and 61 touchdowns. Also, he has been named to 7 Pro Bowls, Texans team MVP (4x), NFL Alumni WR of the Year (3x), and AP 1st team All-Pro (2x).

Also, not to be overlooked is the amount of charity work Johnson does for children in Houston and Miami areas.



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