After a promising freshman year, Maryland running back Ty Johnson came into the 2016 season trying to find his role in a crowded, five-man stable. Johnson finished the season as clearly his team's lead back and a potential star.
In a season-ending 36-30 loss to Boston College Monday in the Quick Lane Bowl, Johnson looked like he had a future playing at Ford Field and other NFL venues down the road.
As he has done for most of the season, Johnson put up impressive numbers despite a defense geared to stop him. He gained 159 yards on 15 carries, and scored on touchdown runs of 62 and 30 yards.
It was the fifth time this season Johnson rushed for over 100...