Johnny McEntee: Where Did This Trick-Shot Guru Come From?
Johnny McEntee Has a Sick Video of Quarterback Trick Shots, Watch it Here
There are few things that excite me. My ability to peruse the world through this little terminal called a computer has me jaded to pretty much anything that is labeled amazing or spectacular. But this one had me giggling with joy.
Johnny McEntee is a Connecticut Husky quarterback. He red-shirted in 2008 and saw limited action in 2009.
There is no doubt that McEntee will contend for the starting job during spring practice. My beliefs stem from the new trick-shot video McEntee and friends have released. The video shows Johnny using his arm and a football to perform some amazing feats.
He places the ball with superb accuracy and precision. The only thought you are left with at the end is, where has this guy been? Well he has been dusting up the backup role at a small program. It just goes to show you that the QB position is much more than the ability to throw the ball where you want it.
As I watch this, I wonder why we don't take the Pro Bowl out back and end its misery. In its place would be a trick-shot challenge. Imagine Drew Brees trying to knock a cup off of Terrell Owens' head. The entire country would be rooting for a miss.
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