Johnson came to greatness at Tech, winning the Biletnikoff Award as the nation’s top receiver in 2006, the same season he was named the ACC player of the year. A two-time All-America, he set school records with 2,927 career receiving yards, 28 touchdown receptions and 13 100-yard receiving games. Blessed with an uncommon combination of size, speed, strength and drive,
He became the first Tech player to be named a three-time selection to the All-ACC first team.
Beyond that, he left scores of indelible memories, starting with his leaping touchdown catch to beat Clemson 28-24 in the second game of his freshman season.
Reliving Calvin Johnson's Georgia Tech career