Quavo has proven himself to be rap’s Bo Jackson. The Migos member showed out during NBA All-Star Weekend by winning MVP of the Celebrity Game, has been at the forefront of the culture in Atlanta and more. Now the Migos’ member is going back to one of his first loves, football for an upcoming flag football game in Atlanta.
Taking to Twitter, Huncho debuted a high school mixtape of his highlights on the gridiron. Although the team he played on finished the year 1-9, Quavo was obviously the best player on the squad.Follow @979thebox
“If you looked at him back then, he had some height on him, but he didn’t have a lot of meat on his bones,” Quavo’s head coach John Thompson told Bleacher Report last year. “But he was a competitor, and a good football player — even led the county in passing yards that year. I don’t think people expected that from him.”
Well, Quavo’s high school career was pretty legendary. He did set a record for most completions in a game in Gwinnett County and the record stood until 2010 where Taylor Heincke broke the record twice. What’s even more odd about it? Heincke played a game for the Houston Texans on Christmas Day. Still, Quavo has stripes in high school football in Georgia. So much so that his upcoming flag football game on Easter Sunday should be pretty lit.