University of Kentucky center Willie Cauley-Stein is one of the nation's top players in college basketball -- projected to be a lottery pick in this year's NBA Draft. However, before he was starring for John Calipari's Wildcats, he was a two-sport star, playing basketball and as a wide receiver at Olathe Northwest High School in Kansas.
Cauley-Stein wasn't eligible to play football until his senior year of high school after transferring to Olathe Northwest, but he was just unfair as a receiver once he was allowed onto the field. Just look at his highlights above as he towers over opposing secondary players to go up and over them for receptions.
In his one season as a receiver, Cauley-Stein had 64 catches for 1,265 yards and 15 touchdowns. For a seven-footer, he moves really well and has the athleticism to play receiver or tight end, and it makes you wonder what he could have been had he committed to being a football player instead of basketball.
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