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Johnson settles down at safety

Johnson settles down at safety

When Keelan Johnson committed to ASU out of Mesa High School, he faced uncertainty as far as what position he was going to play and if he could play at all. These days, there's no doubt that he is one of the better safeties for the Sun Devils.

When Johnson graduated he was rated the no. 9 running back in the state of Arizona in the nation according to Scout.com. He was also listed as one of the state's top defensive backs by other recruiting services. All of this led to a tough decision by Johnson as to where to play his college ball as he was heavily recruited by Nebraska and ASU alike. Ultimately, ASU giving him the opportunity to...

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