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“Ambidextrous QB”: Twitter goes bonkers after Lamar Jackson showers praise on “one of a kind” high school QB Michael Gow

Twitteratis hailed the first potential ambidextrous quarterback

Lamar Jackson, Michael Gow

The NFL is undoubtedly one of the biggest leagues on the planet. Every year we see innumerable young talents trying their absolute hardest to make their way at the highest level. Every time we think that we have seen it all, we wonder, what more can we get to see?

And every time, we are left shellshocked as somehow, someone manages to pull something off that not a lot of people have in the past. Recently, a young quarterback has left even the biggest of the NFL stars surprised with his unique talent.

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“No. 1 overall pick”: Lamar Jackson on Michael Gow

Lamar Jackson

The quarterback we are talking about is Michael Gow. Being regarded as the first ambidextrous QB, he started as a freshman last year when he was 14 years old. It is actually astonishing to see someone throwing the ball with similar intensity and accuracy with both hands.

Although he still requires a lot of polishing, once he makes his way onto the biggest stage, the man will prove a massive headache for the opposition. Anticipating his moves would turn out to be next to impossible. Well, let’s not get too ahead of ourselves.

Michael Gow

However, he has attracted a lot of eyeballs and even Lamar Jackson has become his fan. Sharing one of Gow’s videos, Lamar took to Twitter and wrote, “number one overall pick.” In no time, Twitter went crazy and started showering heaps of praise on the young man.

https://twitter.com/CoachMesa/status/1527012551602720768

There is a huge possibility that the man might turn out to be the next big thing in football and change to way the game is played.

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