2012: (10 GS/11 GP)... Caught two passes for 21 yards, rushed six times for 23 yards, completed 1-of-2 passes for 45 yards and returned four kickoffs for 67 yards against Maine (11/17)... Had two catches for 29 yards, including a 14-yard touchdown, returned three kickoffs for 70 yards and rushed twice for 7 yards at Towson (11/10)... Had one catch for 18 yards and three kick returns for 69 yards at Richmond (11/3)... Made nine catches for 92 yards and one tochdown, passing Cy Butler for No. 2 in Rhode Island history in career receptions, finished the game against New Hampshire (10/27) with 193 career catches. Also had 99 kick return yards and a special teams tackle... Made eight catches for 91 yards and two touchdowns at Delaware (10/20). Also returned five kickoffs for 120 yards, including a 48-yard return... Made three catches for 50 yards and returned four kickoffs for 88 yards against Georgia State (10/13)... Made a career-high 10 catches for 95 yards, and returned three kickoffs for 42 yards against Brown (10/6)... Had one catch for no yards, rushed two times for -2 yards and had three kick returns for 70 yards at Bowling Green (9/29)... Had three catches for 71 yards, including a 59-yard touchdown catch that was featured on ESPN's SportsCenter Top Plays. Became the sixth player in school history to reach 4,000 all-purpose yards, and moved into fourth place on the school's all-time receiving list with 162 catches... Had a team-high seven catches for 49 yards and three kick returns for 54 yards at Villanova (9/15)... Started at wide receiver and had six catches for 38 yards at Monmouth (9/8). Moved past Tony DiMaggio for fifth place in school history, ending game with 152 catches. Also had 61 kick return yards on two attempts, finishing game with 99 all-purpose yards.
2011: Started all 11 games at wide receiver, finishing with 44 catches and a career-best 567 yards receiving and four touchdown catches... Also had 27 kickoff returns for 653 yards and 12 punt returns for 91 yards... Had two catches for 24 yards at Syracuse (9/10)... Had four catches for 54 yards and one touchdown at Massachusetts (9/17)... Had six catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns against Delaware (10/22)... Had seven catches for 89 yards and one touchdown at New Hampshire. Had a career-best 46-yard catch in the game... Had eight catches for 93 yards at James Madison (11/12).
2010: Was second on the team in receiving with 400 yards... Hauled in three receptions for 28 yards while returning a kickoff for 68 yards against Buffalo (9/2)... Totaled 121 all purpose yards racking up six catches for 70 yards and collecting 51 yards off kick an punt returns against Fordham (9/11)... Posted four catches for 11 yards while racking up 73 yards on kick return against New Hampshire (9/18)... Collected 107 yards receiving with nine catches against Brown (10/2)... Recorded two catches for 19 yards against Delaware (10/16)... Brought in three receptions for 44 yards against Towson (10/30)... Hauled in eight receptions for 89 yards and the game-winning touchdown against nationally ranked Massachusetts (11/20).
2009: Saw limited action as a sophomore after he suffered a turf toe injury at Massachusetts (9/19), which sidelined him for most of the year... Returned the opening kickoff against Fordham (9/5) 70 yards, which set up the Rams first scoring drive of the season... Totaled 176 yards against Fordham (117 return yards and 59 receiving yards)... Had three receptions for 28 yards at Massachusetts (9/19).
2008: Selected CAA Football Third Team All-Conference in his rookie season... Caught at least one pass in every game as a rookie... Lead the Rams with 1,478 all purpose yards, which ranked third in CAA Football... Caught eight passes for 83 yards and had a 50-yard return against New Hampshire (9/13)... Received seven passes for a total of 67 yards against Hofstra (9/20)... Hauled in seven passes for a total of 67 yards against Boston College (9/27)... Had 112 all-purpose yards including two rushes, eight receptions, and a receiving touchdown against Brown (10/4)... Returned a 72-yard kick for a touchdown and caught seven passes for 40 yards against Towson (10/11)... Caught four passes for 19 yards against Maine (11/15)... Picked up a blocked punt and rush it 32 yards for a touchdown against Northeastern (11/22) en route to earning CAA Football Rookie of the Week honors.
High School: Four-year member and three-year varsity letterwinner at Arundel High School for head coach Chuck Markiewicz... Established single-season school records for receptions (103), yards (1,394) and touchdowns (25) as a senior; also returned two kicks and two punts for touchdowns... Selected to the 2007 Baltimore Sun First Team All-Metro, Baltimore Examiner First Team All-Metro, Washington Post First Team All-Metropolitan Area, and first team all-state... Named to the 2007 Baltimore Touchdown Club Super 22 Senior All-Star Team selection... Owns Maryland public school state records for single-season receptions (103), career receptions (174), single-season touchdowns (23) and career touchdowns (40)... Caught three touchdown passes in Class 4A Regional Semifinal Championship win against North County (11/16/07) and two touchdowns in state semifinals against Suitland.
Personal: Born Feb. 15, 1990... Son of Brian and Tracie Johnson-Farrell... Has one brother - Brian... His uncle Sam played football at the University of Maryland and professionally with the Detroit Lions... Lists Brian Westbrook as his favorite athlete and the Philadelphia Eagles as his favorite team. .. Business administration major at URI.