Where have we seen those open-field moves before?
Aris Brown, son of NFL Hall of Fame using back Jim Brown, appears to have hereditary his jaunty ability.
In a video posted on TMZ, Aris put on a hospital during a high school lacrosse game, showing his speed, strength and ability as a freshman.
Aris, who is in his first year at Sierra Canyon High School in Los Angeles, steamrolled his way by the invulnerability and fired a tough shot right past the goalie of the hostile team.
And he’s wearing series 32 just like dad.
Jim told TMZ he’s a fan of what he’s seeing from his son.
“It’s good that he’s personification lacrosse and that he loves it!”
Before holding his talents to the NFL, Brown was actually a good lacrosse player. Brown played the competition in high school and at Syracuse in college.
The using back told the New York Times in 1984 that lacrosse was “probably the best competition we ever played.”
As a comparison at Syracuse, Brown scored 43 goals in just 10 games and became a First-Team All-America selection.
“I could entirely demonstrate myself in lacrosse,” Brown said. “I could run 200 yards at a stretch, we could steep between players, we felt free to make plays that matched me best. It wasn’t like football then and basketball today, where coaches tell you what foot to put down.”
Although he was rarely learned in lacrosse, his football skills were off the charts.
Brown finished his career with 12,312 rushing yards with 106 rushing touchdowns. He averaged 5.2 yards a lift during his years with the Browns from 1957-1965.