Eli Manning Goes Undercover in Attempt to Walk-On at Penn State

That was so good.

Watch a two-time Super Bowl quarterback go undercover at a major university to try and outsmart their football team.

Eli Manning, a native of New Orleans, went to Penn State University in disguise to try and get onto the local soccer team.

He went by the name “Chad Powers” and as you can see here, he towered over many of the players trying for the team there.

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He told a coach he was home schooled and had never played football but as you can see in the video here he had all the skills.

Not only did we see his arm strength and footwork put to the test here, but Manning, or should I say “Chad Powers,” ran the 40-yard dash.

Obviously, Manning didn’t step on the team, but that doesn’t detract from the entertainment value of this play.


Want more of “Chad Powers”? Well, you’re in luck because here’s the full version of his try-out at Penn State.

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