Keyshawn Johnson, Jr. is only a sophomore in high school but he’s already seeing scholarship offers roll in from top college football programs – including Ohio State, Florida State, Miami, Clemson and more – thanks to his performance on the field and the pedigree in his blood. The 6’1 receiver is the son of Keyshawn Johnson, ESPN NFL analyst and three-time Pro Bowl wideout.
The elder Johnson posted this photo of his boy making a great grab during a practice at Mission Viejo High School this week, and it looks like junior learned a thing or two from pops over the years:
Man! Can't wait to see my son do his thing this season, this is just practice…. pic.twitter.com/izfu3vzwSU
— Keyshawn Johnson (@Thromedamnball) August 13, 2014
The younger Johnson says he models his game after Sammy Watkins, which makes a lot of sense.
Check out some of Johnson’s highlights in the video below, via Bleacher Report: