You’ve surely heard the stories of how Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews wasn’t much of a player for a lot of years.
Matthews wasn’t recruited out of high school. He walked on at USC, where he didn’t become a starter until his senior season.
The fact of the matter is, despite having a father who played linebacker in the NFL for 19 years, Matthews just wasn’t very big.
You can see just how not big he was in high school in this video here.
Matthews obviously committed to the weight room in college and has continued to do so in the pros to become the behemoth he now is.
On another subject, what do you think the purpose of this video was?
Let’s get father and son Matthews together to go for a walk and throw some sweet-ass guitar riffs behind it? That’s as good a reason as any, right?
Gotta use up those sweet-ass guitar riffs!
The elder Matthews was actually the defensive coordinator at Agoura High when the younger Matthews played there.
Yeah, but if you take ‘roids of course you’re going to get big. Just saying.
So you call yourself a writer? Hack is more accurate. Reposting any crap Matthews haters like the despicable LSA sends your way. WCM may have been smaller at Agoura but he was still tall muscular and bigger than you no doubt. Look again he is not that much shorter than his dad. Envious of him arent you? Screenplay my eye!
Then stay off LSA and here you dumb bovine. Problem solved dummy!