Per reported first by the Bleacher Report, the wide receiver corps/teammates for University of Alabama have started a new viral trend as of lately.
During games for the Crimson Tide, the wideouts share of a quick game of rock-paper-scissors on who would get the featured, or deep route in potential scoring plays.
The video down shows Jerry Jeudy and Devonta Smith doing one of those games early this season.
Ruggs: “Once they got the play call, they knew, ‘Oh this is the route that’s going to catch the touchdown,’ so they rock-paper-scissored over who’s going to run that route.”
Alabama’s WR are playing games with y’all!!! pic.twitter.com/2N6omg3i6H— 🅱️🅰️Ⓜ️ (@big__bam) September 23, 2019
Fellow wideout Henry Riggs III was asked about the rock-paper-scissors game and responded with this short soundbite on it.
Well I should say that this would believe this would be great for bonding. Nothing beats like a great, friendly competition between teammates like the game of rock-paper-scissors.