Video: Ryan Potter has the greatest recruiting highlight tape of all time
It's not even close, really.
We live in a time that makes it easier for high school football players to be seen by college coaches across the country. While a coach used to have to travel all over to local high schools to see recruits in action, these days a quick trip to YouTube is all it takes.
High school players from across the country have put together highlight reels of themselves and uploaded them onto the site. But believe me when I say that none of those videos comes close to the one Montgomery Bell Academy's Ryan Potter made.
The kicker/cornerback -- what athleticism! -- from Nashville, Tennessee put together a video of himself being, for lack of a better term, terrible at football.
Watch as he gets blocked, trips over himself and his teammates, kicks some extra points, takes some terrible angles on defense and actually makes a tackle at one point.
Then try not to offer him a scholarship.
(Be forewarned, the soundtrack Mr. Potter chose for his video includes some salty language)
You may be a one-star player, Ryan Potter, but you've got a five-star sense of humor.
via SB Nation
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