Yes, that end zone flex!
I don't recall it so frequently with Coop's offense, but later with Tennessee the way Eddie was more than an effective receiver. That in particular reminds me of Eddie. And the way JK was running hard, after contact, off tackle, around the end ... the breakaway, as if possessed--reminded me of that legendary heisman run against Illinois. He doesn't have that long loping stride Eddie had, but, if you proportionally shrink him a bit, JK's IU perfomance had the smooth shifts and ferocious strength of 27--I'm thinking in particular of JK's TD run breaking six tackles, after which he flexed like Carlos (definitely another recent history fav of mine).