Bucs Running Back Shaun Wilson Catching Missiles Out Of The JUGS Machine Blindfolded Is A Sight To See

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It’s football season that time right before football season when we hang on every miniscule thing that happens in training camp. It’s pretty much like Christmas Eve when your parents let you open one gift and you have to pretend to be excited about getting another work shirt.

With that said, Bucs undrafted free agent Shaun Wilson reminded everyone how freakishly talented you need to be to be in the NFL. The former Duke Blue Devils running back showed Bucs head coach Dirk Koetter and his staff that he is a prospect to consider after catching missiles from the JUGS machine blindfolded.

In Wilson’s illustrious college career, the 22-year-old became just the seventh running back in Duke history to surpass 2,000 career yards on top of setting numerous school records.

The Charlotte, North Carolina native will compete with  Peyton Barber, Jacquizz Rodgers, Charles Sims, second-round pick Ronald Jones, and the newly-acquired Dare Ogunbowale for a spot on the 53-man roster.

I hope this dude can take a page out of the books of Arian Foster, Fred Jackson, and Priest Holmes as undrafted free agent running backs that tore up the league.

[h/t Total Pro Sports]

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