Sean McVay is thing hottest thing to hit coaching since Bill Belichick, but before he worked his way up the coaching ranks he was a wide receiver bro at the University of Miami, Ohio.
Before Miami, McVay wasn’t just some nerdy unathletic dude that liked watching tons of film, he was a state championship winning option quarterback at Marist School in Georgia where he was a four-year starter, the first player in school history to gain 1,000 yards rushing and passing in consecutive seasons and racked up 40 career rushing TD’s and 18 passing. In his 2004 senior year, he led the War Eagles to a 14–1 record, the state title, and was also named the Georgia 4A Offensive Player of the Year.
McVay does a helluva job leading the Rams, and it’s awesome watching him flash those same traits as an on-field difference maker. The best part is that the NFL’s offensive Beautiful Mind destroys these defenses with nothing more than some good old fashioned option ankle breaking. He also has legit separation speed on some long runs. Who knew?
Watch him run through these dudes like Todd Gurley.