Kansas City Chiefs Tyreek Hill spent part of his Saturday coaching young athletes and running drills, but the Cheetah didn’t this group of young athletes make viral plays on him like he did last summer.
Hill weaved through a group of young campers on Saturday, leapfrogging another before rushing 10 more yards, 41 Action News reports.
Last summer, a video surfaced of an athlete participating in one of his offseason football camps and went viral for the kid making a catch over him, and Hill said every player with a pair of cleats is taking their best shot now.
“Kids always [say] ‘I’m going to be that next kid that [gets] you,’” Hill joked Saturday during his camp’s latest stop at the Scheels Soccer Complex in Overland Park, per 41 Action News.
“I’m always like ‘not today,’” Hill said, mentioning that his teammates got a few laughs at his expense after the clip surfaced.
During Saturday’s camp, the Chiefs’ speedster spent nearly two hours with young athletes, coaching drills and accepting each eager opponent.
“I feel like this is my purpose,” Hill said. “To be here for these kids to motivate these kids.”