Who knew Quavo could ball out
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From taking home MVP at this year’s Celebrity basketball All-Star game to footage of him throwing the football, the Migos rapper has proven over numerous clips that he’s not your average athlete, and on Monday more footage has surfaced online showing that he was indeed a stud football player in high school.  

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Quavo decided to take to his Instagram page and share a highlight reel of his high school football days. 

The Migos rap star, who’s real name is Quavious Marshall, shows us why he's Gwinnett County, Georgia's all-time completions leader, in addition to showing us breaking tackles, juking pass-rushers, and of course, finding his WRs with the deep ball.  

Quavo is promoting a celebrity flag football game on April 1st, should be a good one. 

The old adage that rappers want to be ballers and ballers want to be rappers still holds true. Every once in a while there's a guy who can do both. Congrats Quavo, you the man. 

Offset (left) played wide receiver in high school, while Quavo (right) was a record- setting quarterback. Quavo and his nephew Takeoff (center), circa 2002.

Offset (left) played wide receiver in high school, while Quavo (right) was a record- setting quarterback. Quavo and his nephew Takeoff (center), circa 2002.

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