Top high school football recruit Jamal Adams announced on Thursday where he would be playing college football, and he received plenty of attention for using a baby as a prop to announce his commitment. But it’s not his unique prop that we care about. Oh no. It’s that Adams got the freaking name of his school so wrong.
Adams announced that he would be committing to the “University of LSU,” apparently not realizing that LSU stands for “Louisiana State University.” Either that, or Adams was so focused on his prop that he just said “University of …” out of habit and then filled in the blank with LSU.
Whatever the case, that was one of the most embarrassing announcements we have ever heard, though ULSU has a funny ring to it.
Adams, by the way, is a 6-foot, 199-pound safety from Lewisville, Texas. Rivals has him as a four-star recruit. You can watch a highlight video of him below: