|Alma Mater:||Salisbury '05|
Johnson returns for his third season as the defensive backs coach at Stevenson in 2013 while also serving as special teams coordinator.
In 2012, defensive back Antonio Lyles broke the school record with 19 tackles versus Delaware Valley. That was the most tackles in a single game by anyone in the Middle Atlantic Conference since 2010.
Johnson came to Stevenson from Salisbury, his alma mater, where he spent five seasons as the running backs coach and mentored a D3Football.com All-American. While there, he was also responsible for seven different lifting programs as the Sea Gulls' assistant strength and conditioning coach.
A 2005 graduate of Salisbury with a bachelor's degree in education, Johnson was one of the best players in school history. As a four-year starter at quarterback, he lost just five games and was voted to the All-Atlantic Central Football Conference Team three times. He was also named to the conference's All-Academic Team twice.
Despite a torn ACL that cut short his senior season, Johnson still finished as the second-leading rusher in school history with 3,216 yards and the sixth-ranked passer with 2,204 yards. He was also 10th in school history with 174 total points. As a freshman in 2002, Johnson led the nation in rushing yards among freshmen quarterbacks with 1,204 and was selected as the ACFC's Rookie of the Year.
Johnson also played two seasons in the Arena Football League as a quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back for the Amarillo Dusters and Bossier-Shreveport Battlewings.
Prior to coaching at Salisbury, Johnson spent one season coaching the quarterbacks and defensive backs at Delmar High School in Delaware.