Dabo Swinney Gives 2017 WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Clemson Offer

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Dabo Swinney Gives 2017 WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Clemson Offer
Keyshawn Johnson Sr.

Keyshawn Johnson Jr.'s recruitment has been heating up, as the 2017 WR has fielded offers from top programs such as Ohio State, Florida State and Arizona State. 

You may now add Clemson to the list. The 6'1", 180-pound ninth grader has yet to record a varsity reception, but his potential has the scouts drooling. 

Johnson Jr. and fellow class of 2017 prospect Darnay Holmes took a visit to Clemson recently and met with Dabo Swinney and offensive coordinator Chad Morris. 
 

Keyshawn Johnson Sr.

Holmes, a 5'11", 180-pound athlete, whose father, Darick Holmes, was an NFL running back for five seasons, was also offered a scholarship to Clemson. 

Both Johnson Jr. and Holmes have a long way to go before college, but with their NFL pedigree, they should have a leg up on the competition. 

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