Bethel Johnson

Bethel Johnson is a former NFL American football wide receiver. Bethel Johnson is from Dallas, Texas. Bethel attended high school

At Corsicana High School, in Corsicana, Texas.
Bethel had a breakout year at Corsicana High. As a senior, he led his team to the Class 4A state title game, and made 44 receptions for 979 yards and 13 receiving touchdowns.

Bethel Johnson decided to attend Texas A & M University. Johnson attended Texas A&M University, and finished his college football career with 117 receptions for 1740 yards (14.9 yards per reception), and 11 receiving touchdowns. His 117 receptions and 1740 receiving yards both rank second in school career records

Quote from Bethel Johnson, on deciding to attend Texas A & M University.

“ The fact that A&M was honest when they recruited him led him to College Station. In the recruiting process, everyone tries to tell you their intentions for you, and after filtering through everything; A&M was a very honest school. He was never recruited by, Coach Sumlin, but he knows that Coach Sumlin has the ability to bring in the best guys out there.”
“Inspiration from his College Days”

Beating #1 Oklahoma in 2002 was the greatest feeling. No one gave them a chance in that game, and being up against the world actually motivated them even more to play a great game. A&M has that same type of opportunity this week against Alabama, and if the Aggies were able to pull off the upset, everyone would finally realize that A&M could compete in SEC
Bethel Johnson was drafted by the New England Patriots in the second round of the 2003 NFL Draft. Johnson earned two Super Bowl rings with the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII and Super Bowl XXXIX. He has also been a member of the New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles, Houston Texans and Toronto Argonauts. Bethel retired from the NFL in 2008, with two super bowl rings.