Utah cornerback Jaylon Johnson will fully participate in the NFL Scouting Combine, then undergo surgery next week to repair a torn labrum that he played through after suffering the injury in September.

Dr. Peter Millett, a noted surgeon at the Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado, wrote in a letter to all 32 teams last week that he recommended surgery and will perform the procedure on Johnson's right shoulder March 4. Typical return to full football activities is five months, Millett wrote -- a timeline that would have Johnson ready to start his rookie season.