Tom Brady’s Son Wants To Play QB For 1 Prominent College Football Program

Tom Brady celebrates with his son, Jack, after a Bucs game.

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Like father, like son. Tom Brady’s oldest son, Jack, is apparently ready to follow in his pop’s footsteps.

The elder Brady is the most accomplished passer in NFL history, winning seven Super Bowl titles and a trio of MVPs. Now, the younger Brady is looking to become the next great signal caller.

Outlets are now reporting on his desire to emulate his dad, starting with his choice of college. Jack, a 15-year-old high schooler, plays both quarterback and safety.

Tom Brady’s ex-wife, Gisele Bundchen, recently spoke with Vanity Fair about Jack’s ambitions at the next level. Most notably, she talked about the college football program he’d like to suit up for.

To no one’s surprise, it’s the Michigan Wolverines.

Tom has described his son as a “grinder” and a “very good athlete” while speaking on hisΒ Let’s Go!Β podcast. He certainly believes that Jack has a future in the sport.

Many online were excited to hear the news, and they quickly posted their reactions to social media. They’re hoping to see a second stint with a Brady under center for the Maize and Blue.

Maybe he’ll see the field more quickly than his dad did.

Many think a commitment would be big for the program…

Some say even bigger than Arch Manning’s commitment to Texas.

We’ll likely have some time before hearing Jack Brady making his college pledge, but there’s definitely a leader in the clubhouse. It will be interesting to see how things unfold for the passer in the recruiting process over the coming years.