A redshirt sophomore, the 20-year-old Manziel has acted like a tattooed clown’s pocket all summer.
In June, a likely shitfaced Manziel tweeted, “I can’t wait to leave College Station.”
Feeling “like Justin Bieber,” the 6-foot-1, 200 pound Manziel denied scrambling from the camp because of a hangover.
Often compared to Jeff Garcia as a player, “Johnny Football” threw 26 touchdowns, against nine picks, for 3,706 yards in 2012.
A dual-threat quarterback who became the first freshman to ever earn the Heisman, Manziel also rushed for 1,410 yards and 21 scores.
Despite competing in the brutal SEC, the native Texan will surely dominate again this autumn operating Kevin Sumlin’s Air Raid offense.
Still, as a man who is not a stranger to trouble or making idiotic statements, Manziel is a breathing “red flag.”
Granted, the immense popularity Manziel has attained as a youngster must be difficult to handle.
Regardless, the wannabe badass must mature as a person in the streets and as a passer on the gridiron.
Without drastic self-improvements, Johnny Manziel will soon be working as a roadie for Justin Bieber.by