Some of the nation's best high school football players will compete in next Saturday afternoon's Army All-American game in San Antonio. Among the tasks on the docket before the big showcase? Autographs.
Apparently, they were put to work signing not just a few things to trade with each other. Players were ushered into a room, handed a couple of Sharpies and told to sign a few hundred items.
It was a new experience for the players, who according to this story by a local columnist, felt like they'd done something wrong in class by the time it was all over.