Keyshawn Johnson Jr. seeks own identity 

April, 3, 2014
FONTANA, Calif. -- In the passing league circuit, Keyshawn Johnson Jr. wears the same number that his father made famous at USC two decades ago. He lines up at receiver, a position his father played in the NFL for 11 years, and made noise in recent weeks by bursting onto the scene with seven early scholarship offers, most notably from Florida State and Ohio State.

Yet, despite the buzz that comes along with being Keyshawn Johnson’s son, the Class of 2017 prospect wants his own identity.

“I don’t want to be in my dad’s shadow for the rest of my life,” Johnson said. “I want my own name.”