Mission Viejo sophomore-to-be wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr. (6-1, 185) has 11 scholarship offers, his father and Diablos assistant football coach Keyshawn Johnson said Wednesday.
Johnson Jr., who played on Mission Viejo's freshman team last season, has been offered by reigning national champion Florida State, Ohio State, Clemson, Tennessee, UCLA, West Virginia, Arizona State, SMU, Louisville, Utah and Miami, his father reports.
The Seminoles were the first to offer Johnson Jr. about two months ago, said his father, the former All-Pro receiver from USC.
Johnson Jr. plays on his father's 7-on-7 passing team, Team 19, which also includes Mission Viejo senior-to-be wide out Connor Hill and junior-to-be quarterback Brock Johnson, the son of Mission Viejo assistant coach, Bret Johnson.
"He's going to be a fine player," Mission Viejo coach Bob Johnson said of Johnson Jr.>>>>>>>>> Read the rest of this entry »