Listen, if you clicked on this post it was to get right to it. I am not here to disappoint you… just here to write enough that it doesn’t mess up the coding. To that end, JJ Pegues is listed as a 6-foot-2, 300-pound tight end. It’s true, if you don’t believe me.
Auburn’s 300-pound freshman tight end with the spin move and the hurdle on the same play. pic.twitter.com/3qr3NHqenv— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) October 10, 2020
You saw it! I saw it…. we all saw it. A direct snap to this monster turned into a glorious clip for us all to view.
A 6-foot-2, 300-pound man hit that spin move, then set his feet for a hurdle. Forget this world, we are not ready for that kind of nimble movement. I would hurt myself doing one of those two things and I am 5-foot-8, 170.
If you were wondering, he did not come out of nowhere and he was not some gimmick at the position. 247Sports.com had him listed in its Top 247, and as a tight end, as he was coming out of Oxford (MS) High. At that point he was 6-foot-2, 285…. so, still big enough to be an offensive tackle.