I’ve traveled all over the city this season coverin’ the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference known to all the real playas as the M.I.C.! I’ve seen everybody that’s anybody and even the duns that thought they were somebody but weren’t really nobody. I’ve looked at every position from top to bottom and there are some bad boyz playin’ in one of the best conferences in the country and the absolute best in the state. It’s Chris Brown up in this piece, “On and Poppin’!”
There was a ton of talent at the wide out position but one cat stands out above all of the rest. His name is Broc Thompson bruh! He’s the Ben Davis big play threat that boyz are sleepin’ on. Well…let me take that back, that boyz slept on initially until he started puttin’ that thang on them and now it’s too late to figure out how to defend him.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! He’s 6’2″ and probably weighs a buck-o-5 with a brick in his pocket with cement shoes on but he’s as tough as nails. There’s a lot of talent out here but Broc is the only cat that fights for the football on every target his way. When the ball is in the air he goes after it. Not only does he fight for the ball he fights for the position for the ball. That’s why he’s got more than 750 yards receivin’ in only 8 games.
You do realize that Ben Davis is goin’ to play at least another 5 more ball games right? So by the time this foolishness is over he’ll have 1,400 yards or so. You do realize that right? Because Reese Taylor, the eventual Mr. Football is goin’ to keep puttin’ the rock in the air.
Did I tell you that the dun runs routes like he was born to do it? Well playas…he runs routes like he was born to do it. I haven’t seen a kid be as disciplined runnin’ routes and goin’ after the football as this young thunder cat.
In order to be an excellent wide receiver you’ve got to have great body control too. What I mean by that is that when he goes up for the football he’s in complete control of his body. There aren’t too many people that can do that bruh, well, at the high school level. Those that do, typically go on to play big time college football.
It’s more than just catchin’ the rock and makin’ plays after the catch. It’s about all of the things that go on before you actually catch it. Lastly, he blocks when he doesn’t have the football in his hands. He’s the complete package playboy and whoever is lucky enough to sign him will get the real deal. Science!!! Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
The caption under the photo is real talk today!