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."
At one point, Johnson told Trey Griffey that even though he was 39 years old, he could get off the line of scrimmage faster than Griffey. Later, Johnson criticized a player for wearing too many accessories on his uniform. Mostly, he criticized players on their route-running and receiving ability.
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