Keyshawn Johnson Jr. gets scholarship offers from Florida State, Ohio State
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. is still a freshman and didn’t even play varsity football last year, but he’s already picking up some big time scholarship offers.
The youngster and son of former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson attended a recent camp with his Los Angeles-based traveling 7-on-7 football team. The camp must have been well attended by college coaches, because Keyshawn Jr. has picked up five scholarship offers in the past few days. The impressive part is that the offers came from some really strong programs.
Keyshawn Jr., who played freshmen football for at powerhouse Mission Viejo High School in Calif., last season, was offered by Florida State, Arizona State, SMU, Ohio State and Utah.
Just got my first scholarship offer from Florida St. I am truly blessed
— jr. (@keyshawnnnn) March 20, 2014
Just received another offer from Arizona st. This day can't get any better.
— jr. (@keyshawnnnn) March 21, 2014
— Coach Larry (@Larry19AllStars) March 21, 2014
Another congrats to my son just picked up thee Ohio State offer
— Keyshawn Johnson (@Thromedamnball) March 22, 2014
— Coach Larry (@Larry19AllStars) March 23, 2014
His dad tweeted that he plans to take unofficial visits to Clemson and Ohio State this spring:
— Keyshawn Johnson (@Thromedamnball) March 19, 2014
Keyshawn Jr. is listed at 6-foot-1 and 185 pounds as a freshman. His dad actually moved from Calabasas to Mission Viejo to serve as an assistant coach for the varsity program last season. One of the program’s most famous alumnus is Mark Sanchez. It looks like the two had a workout together on Saturday:
Morning grind with Sanchez pic.twitter.com/kOsWVAYqxT
— jr. (@keyshawnnnn) March 22, 2014