At this point, LaVar Ball is just saying stuff to hear himself speak. Recently, he said that he was "too fast, too strong" when comparing himself to Rob Gronkowski - the perennial All-Pro.
"Ball—who played tight end for the London Monarchs—claimed he was "too fast, too strong" and simply a better athlete than the New England Patriots superstar."
Ball played college basketball and then had a tryout with the New York Jets before being loaned out to the London Monarchs and being that teams backup tight end.
"It's hard to imagine that Ball, who never played a game in the NFL and was a backup in Europe, was anywhere near the level of a player like Gronkowski, who has a remarkable 68 career touchdowns in 88 games. And while Ball was a converted basketball player, others in that category—such as Antonio Gates and Jimmy Graham—have had wildly successful NFL careers."
via Bleacher Report
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