I graduated from undergrad 10 years ago. When I left school I barely had a camera on my phone, let alone a video camera that would allow me to capture any moment I wanted. If I had a video camera in college I would have gotten into so much trouble. That’s because I probably would’ve filmed stupid stuff instead of myself doing ridiculously athletic moves on a football field or in the weight room.
But today’s players have cameras to go along with their athletic prowess. This past weekend, two true freshman, T.J. Vasher and Damarcus Fields, posted videos of themselves doing stuff that I hope translates to Big 12 play this season.
If You Don't Know Now You Know #TTU20 ⚫️ ⚫️ ⚫️ pic.twitter.com/35XVimNh8K— R.I.P. 2Mama (@VashForSiXX) July 9, 2016
If you don't know now you know #TTU20 ⚫️⚪️ pic.twitter.com/SbzMTznyWN— D & H (@DamarcusFields) July 9, 2016
They’re both freaks, and watching them makes me so excited that we’re getting close to both contributing this year. I think Vasher will have a huge year as a true frosh. That size and those hands look pretty hard to defend.
Let’s not forget about the impact this guy will have either, though.
60' sitting box jump with a 10lb vest. Can I get a jump ball @PatrickMahomes5 ????? pic.twitter.com/X1ZWIvNwRw— Derrick Willies (@derrickwjr) March 27, 2016
Wreck ‘em Tech.