Offenses make some moves on Day 2
Keyshawn works with WR, O-lines starts to hit and make an impression
Originally Published: January 3, 2012By Recruiting Nation | ESPN.com
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Keyshawn Johnson never minced words as a player or an analyst. Nothing changed when he was coaching wide receivers during Monday's practice for the Under Armour All-America Game. "I'm here to help them get better," the former NFL All-Pro said. "If anyone knows me, they know when I coach these kids I want them to do good. It's not a demeaning thing or anything like that."
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