Dustin Safranek-USA TODAY Sports
Former Texas A&M quarterback Max Johnson announced that he is headed to North Carolina as a graduate transfer this week.

Johnson spent the first two years of his college career at LSU and transferred to Texas A&M during the transition from Ed Orgeron to Brian Kelly.

The native of Athens, Georgia, passed for 1,452 yards and five touchdowns in eight games this season before suffering an injury.

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s23 months
he will be missed!!
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75503Tiger3 months
Off his back foot he has thrown his commitment to NC
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CallmeSteveo3 months
His dad is a former NFL quarterback
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And his mom played volleyball in college and the whole family knows she is the best athlete.
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SwampyWaters3 months
The portal is not even open yet, is it? I guess they were reading each other's minds!
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goodgrin3 months
Sissy blue jersey!
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JackieSonnier3 months
Maxipad Johnson
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RECConspiracy3 months
Max “Suitcase” Johnson
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cheeto2253 months
lol he was to lsu and aTm
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Gus Tinsley3 months
Is his bro going with him??
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chatuey3 months
I'll be surprised (shocked) if he didn't.
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