Former Raiders QB JaMarcus Russell is now a QB coach at his high school alma mater.
The former Williamson standout, who signed with LSU and went on to become the NFL’s No. 1 draft pick in 2007, has returned to his high school alma mater to help coach the Lions’ quarterbacks.
Russell, who will be only 33 next month, was a four-year starter at Williamson and shattered the AHSAA record books on the way to becoming a Parade All-American. He passed for 10,774 yards in his career, still an AHSAA record.
He was a great one, check out some of his best NFL highlights below:
JaMarcus Russell Made it Rain for his Rookie Show https://t.co/LujaWXR8Es
— SportsGossip.com (@sportsgossip) May 17, 2018
Josh McCown Confirms the Jamarcus Russell Making it Rain Story https://t.co/i6kc5IiCo9
— SportsGossip.com (@sportsgossip) August 21, 2018