Antonio Brown’s high school football career was a four year crusade against South Florida teens. Brown played for the Miami Norland High School Vikings, and was basically a positionless playmaker. It’s rare to see a quarterback moonlight as a punt returner, but the Miami Norland head coach was a smart man who knew to give Brown the ball as much as possible.
A high school highlight tape for a professional athlete is normally filled with an inordinate amount of filth, but Brown’s ungodly agility and vision makes this the Mona Lisa of high school mixtapes. It’s almost as if Madden 04 Michael Vick found his way onto a high school football team.
The more we watch Brown, the more it seems absurd that anyone at any level of football ever doubted this man. He had his fair share of trouble during his collegiate career, but the Steelers will be patting themselves on the back for all of eternity for grabbing arguably the best player at his position in the fifth round.
No one in the NFL wants to guard Brown. Just ask Bashaud Breeland. This highlight tape belongs in the YouTube Hall of Fame, and if everything goes according to plan, Brown just might twerk his way to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as well.
(h/t For the Win)