VIDEO: Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy Explains How He Developed His Juke Moves
The Alabama offense has been on a torrid pace this season thanks to a passing attack that includes numerous weapons on the outside, but maybe the most impressive of those has been wide receiver Jerry Jeudy.
The sophomore is one of five players in the country that average more than 20 yards per reception and one of only eight players with double-digit touchdown receptions. If you watch any of his film, it's easy to see why he's been a big-play threat for the Tide. His ability to make defenders miss might be his greatest skill and he learned many of those moves from a former Heisman Trophy winner.
"Lamar Jackson, I used to play with him when I was younger," Jeudy said. "He hit me with one of those moves before and ever since then I took it from him and added it to my game."
The moves he's showed off in games have become the stuff of social media virality. Just check out these videos from the past two games.
As impressive as Jeudy's been after the catch this season, he's not the only player on the roster with quick twitch moves and the wide receiver even admitted as much.
"Josh (Jacobs) is in that category, too. Josh's got some moves too, and he's got the ability to run you over. So the only thing I've got to see is it's between Josh and (Jaylen Waddle)."
Check out everything Jeudy said during his media appearance by watching the video at the top of the page.