After trading back with the Indianapolis Colts, the Oakland Raiders selected Houston cornerback Isaiah Johnson with the 129th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
2018: Started 10 of 11 games played, missing one with an injury ... fifth on the team with five special teams tackles ... finished with eight tackles and two pass breakups in win at Rice ... had seven tackles and one pass breakup in win against Arizona ... had five tackles at Texas Tech ... had three tackles, one pass breakup and one QB hurry in win against Tulsa ... had 10 tackles, including one for loss, and one interception in win at ECU ... had eight tackles, including one for loss, and one pass breakup in win over No. 21/20 USF ... had five tackles at SMU ... had eight tackles and two pass breakups against Temple ... had two tackles and one interception returned for 41 yards in win over Tulane ... had eight tackles at Memphis ... sat out the Armed Forces Bowl vs. Army.
2017: Saw action in all 12 games with five starts in his first year at cornerback ... totaled 45 tackles and two interceptions ... had five tackles vs. Fresno State in the Hawaii Bowl ... picked off second career pass to go along with two tackles at Tulane ... had four tackles and two PBU in win vs. ECU ... tallied three tackles and a PBU vs. Memphis ... notched a career‐high 11 tackles in win over SMU ... tallied first career interception and had four tackles in win at Temple ... had eight tackles and a QBH vs. Texas Tech ... made first career start on the defensive side at CB in season opener at Arizona ... tallied three tackles in the win.
2016: Made 11 appearances at receiver for Houston ... had a career‐high four receptions for 31 yards vs. San Diego State in the Las Vegas Bowl ... made first career start at Memphis and had three catches for six yards vs. the Tigers ... tallied two catches for 18 yards in a home win vs. UConn ... tallied one reception for 32 yards in a road win at Cincinnati ... made two catches for 60 yards, including a career-long 44‐yarder in a win over No. 3 Oklahoma.
2015: Appeared in 11 games while providing depth at wide receiver for Houston ... tallied a career‐high 19 yards on a career‐best three receptions in win at Louisville ... recorded his first career reception, a 10‐ yard pass from Greg Ward Jr., during his collegiate debut against Tennessee Tech.
High School: Three‐star recruit by ESPN and 247Sports ... No. 82 player in the state of Texas by ESPN ... No. 84 receiver nationally by ESPN ... received 2013 AP All‐State honorable mention honors ... named his team’s MVP and Offensive MVP as a senior ... named to District 18‐4A first team as a wide receiver both his junior and senior seasons ... had 39 receptions for 730 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior ... had 66 tackles, one interception and one forced fumble in 2013 ... placed on the 2012 District 18‐4A second team as a safety after finishing the year with 76 tackles, four interceptions, one fumble recovery and one defensive touchdown ... pulled in 29 receptions for 301 yards and two touchdowns as a junior ... also named Rudder’s 2013 Track Athlete of the Year after finishing third in the 110‐meter hurdles at the Texas State Championship with a time of 13.99 ... 2013 Texas District 18‐4A champion in the 200‐meter dash (21.76) and the 110‐meter hurdles (14.69) ... won the 60‐meter hurdles at the 2014 Texas A&M Indoor Classic with a time of 8.12.
Personal: Majoring in Human Resource Development.
Tackles: 11, SMU (10/7/17)
Tackles for Loss: 1, 2x, last vs. USF (10/27/18)
Interceptions: 1, 4x, last vs. Tulane (11/15/18)
PBU: 2, 4x, last vs. Temple (11/10/18)
Receptions: 3, twice, last at Memphis (11/25/16)
Receiving Yards: 60, vs. Oklahoma (9/3/16)
Long Reception: 44, vs. Oklahoma (9/3/16)