BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
The first action Aaron Glenn ever took with C.J. Gardner-Johnson was to bench him.
This is long before the New Orleans Saints drafted Gardner-Johnson and turned him loose as a dynamic wrecking ball, before Gardner-Johnson starred at the University of Florida, even. This was at a high school prospect showcase, when Glenn was helping a former pro football teammate, Ray Mickens, coach defensive backs at The Opening on Nike’s Oregon campus.
Glenn could see the potential, the party pack of speed and physicality jammed into a physique that profiled perfectly for a nickel defensive back — “like...