Keyshawn Johnson Jr., a rising sophomore at Mission Viejo High School in California, has yet to play a snap of varsity football, but he has already received a scholarship offer from Florida State University.
Rivals recruiting analyst Adam Gorney says the 2017 prospect already has good hands and size for his age.
“Johnson’s son by the same name is still young, but he already has really good size and very impressive hands. The 2017 prospect from Mission Viejo has very nice hands just like his father and he made his mark during the workout. His speed isn’t excellent yet, but he’s also going against players much older than him so he will improve throughout the years.”
I guess the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree.
Johnson Jr. is expected to play varsity football this season.