If I ever am allowed to kick in the NFL, I intend on ending my career in the Hall of Fame. The legends like Ray Guy could do anything with a football, but did you know he also was a outstanding baseball player too? We just traveled across the country to our Tennessee Regional Camp at Northview High School and we pretty much stopped at every Major University in America on the way. We also decided it would be a good idea to try and hit some poles,Coach Tillmon and I even got to nail a pole into 20 MPH in the Kansas City Chiefs parking lot!
Kansas Football - Stop One
We got the pleasure to stop at Kansas University, who has been sending a lot of mail Scout Trout's way. When we seen this shot, it was a must we drill this flag pole on memorial day weekend! This video obtained nearly 20,000 views on our Facebook business page! Great camera work Coach Tillmon!
Mizzou Football - Stop 2
We got to hit the pole outside of their enormous SEC stadium! Thanks Tigers!
VanderBilt Football - Stop 3
Tennessee State Football - Stop 4
What a beautiful campus! We were able to catch the pole and move along! Check out the statue!
Northview Academy - Stop 5 - Tennessee Regional COmbine
Tennessee Football - Stop 6 On the way back home - Pat SUmmit Tribute
Kansas City Chiefs - Stop 7 - Round Complete!
Submit Trick Shots for a chance to win this signed Ray GUY Southern Miss Baseball! Rules below!
Hall of fame Trick Shot Challenge Rules
Can submit up to 4 shots with any ball of your choosing. Shots will be graded off of execution, difficulty and creativity. We will have a panel of 5 trick shot analyst who will be Scout Trout, Coach Tillmon, Brad Justus, Jhaidon Duran and Parker Mcphail. To submit shots please email them to MERFDIGG@AOL.COM and make a $20 donation by clicking the button below. You can consider this a sort of raffle that you can control the outcome! Now go find something cool, crazy and creative to go do and practice until you complete the task! The Ray Guy signed Southern Miss Baseball is on the line! Submissions end June 17th.