Damaris Johnson, 2012 NFL Draft: Troubled Tulsa Receiver Enters NFL Draft

Tulsa's Damaris Johnson, who set the NCAA record for all-purpose yards in 2010 will be entering the NFL draft after serving a suspension for the 2011 NCAA season.

Tulsa Golden Hurricane wide receiver Damaris Johnson will withdraw from school and enter the 2012 NFL Draft after missing the entire 2011 season serving a suspension. The school announced on Monday that Johnson would withdraw from school. Johnson was suspended at the beginning of the 2011 season for paying only $14 for $2,600 worth of merchandise at a store his girlfriend worked at. Johnson plead guilty to the charger and received a one-year deferred sentence.

Legal matters aside, Johnson was a very productive receiver at Tulsa. In the 2010 season, Johnson set the NCAA record for all-purpose yards with 7.796 and career kick return yards with 3,417 in three seasons at Tulsa. Johnson had 2,746 career receiving yards and 1,062 career rushing yards. The 5-foot-7 170 pound wide receiver is expected to be undrafted, but should get some looks from teams for his return ability.

For more on the 2012 NFL Draft, visit SB Nation's Mocking The Draft.

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