With a pair of highly-rated cornerbacks that moonlight as receivers and a four-star quarterback, Keyshawn Johnson Jr. can be the forgotten man on the Calabasas (Calif.) offense.
Opponents might focus on the Coyotes other weapons, only to find the four-star Johnson being targeted over and over because of his reliability. The No. 4 receiver in California and No. 205 overall player catches everything thrown his way and is a load for high school defenders to take down -- routinely dragging defensive players upfield for extra yards after he makes a reception.
In Calabasas' 35-26 win over Salesian on Friday, Johnson had eight catches for 59 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown grab when he high-pointed a fade over a defender in the right corner of the end zone. It was Johnson's second touchdown of the season. As a junior, he caught 68 passes for 944 yards and six touchdowns, according to MaxPreps.
Watch isolation clips of Keyshawn Johnson Jr., above, against Los Angeles Salesian. Since we were focusing on multiple players, we have highlighted Johnson on plays that we didn't begin the play zoomed in on him.
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