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Watch: Keyshawn Johnson Jr., Conor Young Make Effortless One-Handed Catches

3 Nebraska football players at practice.

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Freshman Keyshawn Johnson Jr. and sophomore Conor Young made some pretty impressive catches during spring practice today.

Nebraska spring practices are under way, and the Cornhuskers are certainly getting after it. The Nebraska football account posted a video to its Twitter account earlier today, featuring freshman Keyshawn Johnson Jr. and Conor Young making some pretty impressive one-handed grabs.

Check it out:

That's good stuff. Junior Stanley Morgan Jr. attributes the catches to the "white gloves" in the video, but that feels like it might be a stretch. They do look good, though.

Johnson, son of former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, enrolled early in January, and his potential is definitely on display above. The Cornhuskers brought in a total of 20 recruits in the class of 2017, and five of them enrolled early with Johnson, including fellow wide receiver Jaevon McQuitty, per 247Sports.

There's plenty of talent on the roster for this Nebraska squad, so finding playing time will be an uphill battle for the younger guys, but if the video above is any indication, the talent and depth at wide receiver is certainly there.

Nebraska will hold its spring game on April 15 at 1:00 p.m. E.T. and the Huskers open their season on September 2 with a matchup versus Arkansas State.