Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay seemed, at one point in his life, to be one of the best athletes in the state of Georgia.
Calvin Johnson is one of the greatest athletes the NFL has ever seen. An energetic and physically unsurpassed receiver, he used to regularly shame entire defenses when he was with the Detroit Lions alongside the current Los Angeles Rams midfielder Matthew Stafford.
However, Stafford is currently working with an athlete who has actually played and won the award before Johnson. As it turns out, Sean McVay, the Rams’ current head coach, was named the 2003 Georgia High School Player of the Year compared to Johnson, which is completely absurd to think about.
Watch: Rich Eisen asks Calvin Johnson about Sean McVay and Roman Reigns
During a segment on his show, Rich Eisen actually asked Johnson about how McVay beat him to win the award. Apparently, Johnson had no idea this was happening until recently. That was all news to him.
“You know it’s BS because there’s no way that’s scary. Johnson said.
He’s not wrong. And as it turns out, Johnson actually has a theory on how McVay beat him to the award.
“You know, I found it, I found it. I think he was in one of those schools that always win championships, so, you know, it’s more like in LA than in Detroit,” Johnson joked.
Just extraordinary things.
Eisen and his crew also chatted a bit about Roman Reigns, who was actually Johnson’s teammates during his college days. The entire interview is amazing and absolutely a must see.
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