Mission Viejo (Calif.) Calabasas four-star wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, Jr. has released his top eight schools. Johnson, who holds over 20 offers, is the son of former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson, a USC alumnus. Thank you God. pic.twitter.com/DtVEOr6WLD — Keyshawn Jr. (@keyshawnnnn) July 25, 2015 Currently, his father’s alma mater leads Ohio State and Nebraska for Johnson...
Four-star wide receiver recruit Keyshawn Johnson Jr., son of former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson, still has two years before he has to decide where he’s going to play his collegiate ball. But if his Twitter account is any indication, he’s already narrowed that decision down to just a handful of schools. Leading the way appears to be Clemson, which he has now visited four times....
Keyshawn Johnson and his wife Jennifer Conrad are getting a divorce just seven months after they were married. According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Conrad filed for divorce earlier this month, citing irreconcilable differences. Conrad says the couple separated in February and signed a prenuptial agreement before tying the knot. If you have kept...Read More
Keyshawn Johnson Is Taking 11 California HS FB Recruits On A Huge Trip This Weekend To Texas, A&M, OU, Nebraska
There will be quite a football posse traveling through Texas and the Midwest this weekend. According to Clarence Hill of the Star-Telegram, former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson will be taking the “California 11,” a group of 11 California-based high school football recruits, on a recruiting trip this weekend. The group, which includes Johnson’s son, Keyshawn Jr., a four...
Former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson is happy pop star Justin Bieber got arrested for driving under the influence, driving with an expired license and resisting arrest “without violence.” “At first he was a little belligerent … using some choice words, questioning why he had been stopped,” Miami Beach Police Chief Raymond Martinez said at a press conference. Johnson...
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