The NFL recently had rookies of the 2018 NFL Draft class do their very best to draw their team logos and it was hilarious. Luckily, quarterback Sam Darnold did a decent job with the New York Jets logo.
Drawing isn’t easy by any stretch of the imagination. Some are gifted in it and others are so bad, you’d never guess if an adult drew it or a child. The NFL wanted to see how good the top rookies of the 2018 NFL Draft could draw their respective team logos. Quarterback Sam Darnold took part in this activity as the entire exercise was hilarious from start to finish.
Rookies were given all the art supplies they needed from paint, glitter, markers, and even erasers to do the best sketches of their team logo. It wasn’t easy for some but luckily, Darnold was able to draw a Jets logo with ease and precision.
Hopefully, Darnold also has ease and precision with his passing once the time comes to start his era under center for the Jets. In case you haven’t seen it, here’s the video in all its glory below:
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Darnold showed some of his humorous side when trying on his beret to begin his art session. For such a cool, calm, and collective young adult out of Capistrano Beach, California, it’s nice to see some of his personality show in this video.
Competing for the starting quarterback spot of the Jets for 2018, Darnold has entered a great situation with a team that has been anxiously awaiting someone of his caliber at the most important position of the team.
It won’t be easy but Darnold is more than capable of putting everything together sooner than later and getting ready to lead the Jets to better times ahead. They’re coming towards the end of their rebuilding phase with hopes that Darnold ends up being their next franchise quarterback that pushes the envelope for many years to come.