LSU wide receiver Thaddeus Moss has just six catches to his name as a NCAA receiver but come August, he will stand at the podium in Canton, Ohio at the enshrinement ceremony for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Moss' father, Randy, is set to be honored for his career in the NFL and has chosen his son to present him. The 19-year-old Thaddeus transferred to LSU in 2017 and sat out his first season in Baton Rouge. Before that, he played for NC State, logging six catches, including a touchdown pass, in five games.
Randy said in a video released by the Hall that he thinks that having his son present him will be "good for me and I think it will mean a lot for him to know that I'm presenting my dad to the world."
Thaddeus will likely be reporting to fall camp the day after his speech.