Many have gotten a lot of extra time on their hands due to the coronavirus pandemic and Oregon Ducks wide receiver Mycah Pittman has begun taking advantage of it.
How so? While he's still putting in work on the field getting ready for his true sophomore season, he's also begun producing content for his YouTube channel in the form of vlogs and Q&A videos.
Pittman's first video was a typical Q&A video where he answers questions provided to him by Ducks fans, including his favorite game from his freshman season and how disappointed he was to get injured not once but twice last year.
The second video, and his first vlog, saw him with his friends set up and execute a prank on his brother.
Hint: The prank involved a flame thrower and if you want to see the payoff, the video is embedded below.
The latest video uploaded by Pittman showcases a typical workout from him along with some professional athletes such as his brother and John Ross of the Cincinnati Bengals.
Mycah Pittman said his goal is to play in the NFL during his Q&A video, so it makes sense he'd practice with the best in the offseason when he can't be in Eugene.
From the video, it's clear that Pittman's putting in the work necessary for a breakout sophomore campaign that may have well happened last season had he not had awful injury luck.
As a freshman, Mycah had 18 receptions for 227 yards and two touchdowns in seven games. The former four-star recruit broke his collarbone during fall camp causing him to miss the first four games of the season and broke an arm against Arizona, causing him to sit out each game until the Rose Bowl.
Be sure to check out the latest Talkin' Ducks Podcast with host Jordan Kent and special guest Oregon Strength & Conditioning Coach Aaron Feld.
Mycah Pittman has a YouTube channel and it involves a flamethrower originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest