In February, "trick shot" videos by college quarterbacks were all the rage. First, it was career-long UConn backup Johnny McEntee, who mixed props and sites around his college campus with a wide variety of accurate passes and a fly soundtrack featuring MIA and MGMT. No sooner had McEntee's video gone viral than Monmouth passer Alex Tanney emerged. Tanney essentially duplicated most of McEntee's wondrous trick passes, albeit with lower production quality, fewer notable sites (the Monmouth gym is no Gampel Pavilion), and a less indie-hip soundtrack (MIA and MGMT > Wiz Khalifa and BOB).
Well, now a 12-year-old Iowan has gotten in on the act, with young Johnny Sullivan from Clinton, Iowa, duplicating McEntee's blindfolded feats and a number of the distance passes used by both of his collegiate predecessors.