2019 East-West Shrine Game: Mountain West Players Looking For Recognition

2019 East-West Shrine Game: Mountain West Players Looking For Recognition

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2019 East-West Shrine Game: Mountain West Players Looking For Recognition

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KeeSean Johnson, fresno state, WR

Multiple outlets really like what Johnson was doing.

The Draft Network: Johnson has put together a nice stretch of plays during the second day of practice, serving up whiffs at the line of scrimmage vs. press and catching damn near everything that was thrown his direction.

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Optimum Scouting: He was one of my favorite receivers to watch during my Shrine Game preparation and carried draftable grades from our staff, and thus far has been the most impressive West roster receiver in attendance. He plays with very decisive footwork and change of direction and is consistently in position to work outside of his frame and create a wide throwing window for his quarterback.

Optimum ScoutingKeeSean Johnson was the busiest West team receiver catching over 10 passes throughout 2 team periods. Working on the perimeter, Johnson broke off hitch after hitch leaving corners 3 yards behind with crisp footwork and excellent timing. Without the ideal strength or frame to exclusively play on the outside, I’d like to see him work more from the slot.

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