Found May 30, 2013 on
We’ve seen coaches recruit some really young kids recently, some while they were still in middle-school. But never before have we seen a two-year old get a college offer. Until now. Sort of.
Gregg Marshall who is the head coach of the Wichita State Shockers (yeah, that team that made the Final Four last season), made an appearance on The Jimmy Kimmel Show this week and had some fun satirizing the world of college recruiting. In a spoof video with Kimmel, Marshall is recruiting two-year old Titus Ashby to play basketball. Ashby, as you may remember, is the three-foot tall sharp shooter whose trick-shot video exploded the Internet back in February.
Check it out:
I don’t know if we could really blame Marshall for recruiting this kid at such a young age anyway — he’s a stud.
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