Nebraska’s Keyshawn Johnson Jr. cited for marijuana possession

The freshman wideout and son of the former NFL player was arrested on Friday.
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The freshman wideout and son of the former NFL player was arrested on Friday.

Freshman Nebraska receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr. was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia on Friday. According to ESPN, campus police records in Lincoln confirm the citations.

“According to multiple reports, University of Nebraska-Lincoln police records show Johnson Jr., 18, was found with 4.5 grams of marijuana inside a dorm room,” ESPN noted.

Son of former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, the pass catcher was the 159th-ranked player in the 2017 college football recruiting class. Scout.com had Johnson Jr. as a four-star recruit. He chose Nebraska over the likes of Alabama, Clemson and Florida State.

It’s not yet known how this will impact Johnson Jr. for the 2017 season. But it most definitely isn’t a good look for the young receiver.

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Alabama: 15/4: <p>The Crimson Tide lost a boatload of talent to the NFL, along with offensive minds Lane Kiffin and Steve Sarkisian. However, quarterback Jalen Hurts returns alongside running back Bo Scarbrough and wideout Calvin Ridley. The defense is inexperienced but has more than enough talent to perform. Nick Saban's team is the clear favorite, as usual.</p>

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