Turning on his Packer charm







Green Bay Packers rookie running back Johnathan Franklin, a UCLA political science grad, told students at St. John the Baptist School Tuesday that his long-term goal is to be mayor of Los Angeles. If his visit to the school as part of the annual Packer Day event is any indication, he picked up a solid bloc of support should he choose to run for mayor of Plymouth in a dozen years or so, charming students, staff and parents while urging students to dream big and work hard at school. Franklin added his signature (below left) to other Packer players who have visited the school in the past (Franklin was the 10th player) on the gym wall. SJB principal Amy Nelson (right) presented Franklin with a birthday card created by students (Wednesday was the rookie’s 24th birthday) and a slice of birthday cake). 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Green Bay Packers rookie running back Johnathan Franklin, a UCLA political science grad, told students at St. John the Baptist School Tuesday that his long-term goal is to be mayor of Los Angeles. If his visit to the school as part of the annual Packer Day event is any indication, he picked up a solid bloc of support should he choose to run for mayor of Plymouth in a dozen years or so, charming students, staff and parents while urging students to dream big and work hard at school. Franklin added his signature (below left) to other Packer players who have visited the school in the past (Franklin was the 10th player) on the gym wall. SJB principal Amy Nelson (right) presented Franklin with a birthday card created by students (Wednesday was the rookie’s 24th birthday) and a slice of birthday cake). Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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