The all-star game, which will be televised by NFL Network, marks the 16th consecutive Senior Bowl with Oklahoma represented in it.
Johnson, a Grovetown, Texas, native, was a junior-college quarterback, came to Oklahoma as a tight end and played defensive end before moving to the offensive line last season. He started 10 games at left tackle this season, and 11 at right tackle last year.
Jones, from Artesia, N.M., has broken countless school passing records over his four years as starter. He’s the Big 12’s all-time leader in passing yards and total offense.