If you were wondering how great an athlete Russell Wilson was in high school, wonder no more. Watch a highlight tape of the Seattle Seahawks' two-time Pro Bowl quarterback playing football, baseball and basketball at Collegiate School in Richmond, Virginia.
Wilson is an excellent all-around athlete. At the University of Wisconsin, he set a single season FBS record for passing efficiency and led the Badgers to a Big Ten title and into the Rose Bowl. After playing for the Colorado Rockies' Class A baseball team in 2010 and 2011, he was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the MLB's annual Rule 5 Draft. Selected by the Seahawks in the 2012 NFL Draft, he tied the record for most touchdown passes by a rookie and was named Rookie of the Year. He then led Seattle to two straight Super Bowl appearances. This man can do it all.
Check out Wilson playing safety and laying the wood, stealing two bases at a time and dishing out no-look passes on the court in the following video:
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