People shocked after learning American football player is actually 12-years-old
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Football player Jeremiah Johnson has left the internet in disbelief.
Johnson looked down the camera’s lens with his trophy in hand and was not only sporting a moustache - but also what appeared to be a tattoo on his right arm. The catch? Johnson is apparently only 12.
Check out a clip of Johnson below:
According to Outkick, even one of his mum Shana Evans’ pals couldn't believe it, saying: "That ain’t no damn baby!!”
A separate image of Johnson was also shared on Twitter, drumming up some seriously amusing remarks.
Beneath a video of Johnson confirming his age posted by No Jumper, one person wrote: “Hell nah.”
Other comments included: “You can’t be 12 with a Steve Harvey moustache,” “I’ve had a teammate in football that was 6 ft and he was 11 but u could clearly see he was still a kid. THIS A MAN,” “He def has a mortgage” and “Yeah he not 12. Need to see some birth certificates before the game start.”
However, one mum wrote that she'd 'remembered him on 10u' and that he'd 'had a mustache then too'.
UNILAD has contacted the Youth National Championships for comment.
And while we’re on the topic of American football, now would be a good time to bring your attention to the brilliant moment a ‘security guard’ shocked college football fans after making a surprise performance as part of the University of Tennessee dance team.
The moment occurred during a game between the Tennessee side and the University of Kentucky and was shared on TikTok.
Dressed in khakis and a blue polo shirt, the security guard could be seen standing close to the scheduled dance routine.
So close, in fact, that one of the dancers became clearly annoyed by the guard, and as the dancers started to walk off the pitch, decided to confront the security guard - who instantly started busting moves.
A truly feel good moment, people were quick to share just how much they loved the short clip, with one person writing: “The hair flip was everything.”
Another wrote: “This vid does not do justice how loud it was when this happened lol.” A third added: “Buddy ate and left no crumbs.”
The man in question was Michael Galyean who was invited by the team to surprise the crowd. He had been a cheerleader in high school but eventually gave it up for over 20 years.