The return of the Texan walk Roschon Johnson, the last to declare for the NFL Draft, decides to leave the Alamo Bowl 1

Johnson, from Port Arthur, Texas, and a Port Neches-Groves graduate, became one of the Longhorns' leaders 1

 and was called "glue," meaning he helped hold the entire team together with both

 his play and with his presence. . He rushed for 554 yards in 93 included with five touchdowns this season 

 made 8 tackles on unique teams masking kickoffs. He also caught 14 passes for 128 yards with a touchdown.

 was drafted as a PNG quarterback, but he applied again and it paid off. In his career he rushed for 290 yards

 392 rushes with 23 touchdowns. Along with Bijan Robinson, the duo formed one 

 the most ambitious backfields in the country. Both Johnson and Robinson will be unavailable for the Alamo

Bowl matchup against the Washington Huskies, leaving the carries to Keilan Robinson, Jonathan Brooks and others.