All college football recruits are encouraged to show off their confidence when they arrive on campus for a visit. But calling out one of the leaders of the team is not the best way to go about that, and unfortunately that’s exactly what 2015 recruit Hakeem Bailey did on a recent trip to Columbus when he questioned none other than Braxton Miller.
On the trip, Bailey noticed the plaque in the football facilities that shows Miller with the second-best time in the 40-yard dash, right behind Bradley Roby, at 4.32 and he went right to twitter to question the Buckeye’s quarterback.
— H. Bailey (@_Haskeem) June 4, 2014
Again, maybe not the smartest move in the world and that was quickly proven to be correct when Miller went right back at Bailey, asking him if he’d like to see first-hand just how fast the Heisman contender really is.
— BRAXTON MILLER (@BraxtonMiller5) June 4, 2014
When Bailey steps on the Columbus campus for his next visit, I really hope that he brings his best cleats with him because Miller is really going to want to do this.
Now we don’t know, officially, just how fast Bailey is, but it’d be fun to find that out as he’s taking on the Ohio State signal-caller.