This Sunday, Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson will be one of the players featured on the NFL's list of the top 100 players of 2011. The weekly show airs at 8 p.m., and Johnson is one of the players ranked from 21 to 30.
Earlier, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh came in at No. 51 on the list. He is the only Lions player to be featured on the NFL's top 100 players so far, meaning Johnson will be the second Lion on the list. I would imagine Johnson and Suh are the only two Lions players in the top 100.
Lions head coach Jim Schwartz will present Johnson for the show. If you haven't seen it before, Schwartz will basically serve as the person talking up Johnson's talent and ability. Each player in the top 100 has a few minutes of the show dedicated to them, and each player also has someone present them. (Suh's presenter was Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice.)
Per Dave Birkett, Johnson is the fourth-highest wide receiver in the top 100. I would have liked to see him a bit higher on the list than that, but at least he cracked the top 30.