By his own admission, Colts Pro Bowl wide receiver T.Y. Hilton isn’t even the best athlete in his own family. Hilton says that honor belongs to his 4-year-old son, who he has nicknamed “The Little Ghost.”
After watching a video Hilton posted of Ghost roasting defenders in a flag football game, it’s hard to disagree.
The play shows the younger Hilton scoring on a full-field cutback run like Marcus Allen in the 1983 Super Bowl against the Redskins. He finished off the last defender with a Barry Sanders juke move that left the not-as-good kid with shattered ankles and a face full of turf.
Having coached a flag football team of 4 and 5-year-olds, let me attest, this is not normal.
Watch Hilton’s kid ballin’. He’s way better than your kid:
— TY Hilton (@TYHilton13) April 29, 2017