Torrey Smith’s Toddler Son Could Probably Beat Me In A 40-Yard Dash So That’s Good For The Confidence

49er’s WR Torrey Smith is doing it right. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: in order to be successful in this life, all you need to be good at is one thing. I made the mistake of going to a liberal arts college and the only thing I achieved is being kinda shitty in a bunch of different areas. When I become a father out of wedlock, I plan on keeping my child out of school and just teaching him one profession. Sure, he won’t know how to read or write, but he’ll sure as fuck know how to run a slant route. Maybe I’ll teach him how to write his name so he can proficiently sign autographs, but other than that, leave the paperwork to the employees.

Take Andre Agassi for example. The dude’s dad tied tennis balls to the mobile in his crib and was humming balls at him before he graduated from diapers. Last time I checked he was one of the greatest tennis players of all-time and married Brooke Shields. Granted, he did have a slight meth problem, but that’s neither here no there.

Check out Torrey Smith running his son through ladder drills in an attempt to get him ready for the 2033 NFL Draft. Brilliant.

Looks like TJ’s agility is light years ahead of just a few short months ago.


[h/t Fox Sports]

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