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Four-star wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr. has committed to Nebraska. 

By SI Wire
March 23, 2016

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Four-star wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr. has committed to Nebraska, he announced in a video produced by Bleacher Report.

Johnson Jr. is the No. 140 overall recruit and No. 20 wide receiver in the 2017 class, according to Scout.com. 

He is the son of former USC Star and three-time Pro Bowler Keyshawn Johnson, who played for coach Mike Riley when he was the offensive coordinator with the Trojans from 1993 to 1996. 

In the video, Johnson Jr. said that he made the decision in effort to go on his own path away from his father. 

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“I'm here to blaze my own trail, build my own legacy, work for my future,” he said.

Johnson Jr. is the third commitment in Nebraska’s 2017 class. 

 

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