Exit Interview is a series at WolverineNation where we chat with departing football and basketball seniors about their time at Michigan in a Q&A format.
Previous Exit Interviews: DL Ryan Van Bergen; LB J.B. Fitzgerald; OL David Molk; TE Steve Watson; S Jared Van Slyke; DB Troy Woolfolk; OL Mark Huyge; DL Alex Schwab; DT Mike Martin; WR Martavious Odoms; TE Kevin Koger; WR Jordan Barpal; LB Brandon Herron; DL Will Heininger; CB Tony Anderson; FB John McColgan
Zac Johnson was a recruited walk-on when he arrived at Michigan to play safety for Lloyd Carr in 2007. He spent five seasons in Ann Arbor, Mich., played for three coaches and midway through his career earned a scholarship after initially turning down Division II offers out of high school.
Johnson was a special teams player his entire career, making 15 tackles.