Something was Goff about this college quarterback.
Rams QB Jared Goff went undercover as a transfer student with the Ventura College football team in Southern California in a prank organized by Red Bull.
Goff, who went by Dreaj Foge ("Dreaj" is an anagram of "Jared"), donned fake long hair, tattoos and a hairy mole as part of his disguise.
Once he was on the field, the L.A. signal caller put a scare into the current quarterbacks on the team. The 23-year-old showed off his arm strength and completed several tough throws to the Ventura wide receivers.
Goff asked one of the quarterbacks if he was the punter at one point, which of course created an awkward moment.
After putting on a clinic, head coach Steven Mooshagian revealed to his team at the end of practice that the transfer was actually an NFL quarterback, shocking many of the players.
Players believed cameras were at their practice filming a documentary about junior college football.
Goff called the experience "fun," while tight end Jonte Broski said the transfer prank worked on the entire team.
"Everybody was clueless, the whole team looked at him like he was Hercules or something," Broski said. "I will remember this the rest of my life."
Goff is coming off his first Pro-Bowl season with the Rams in 2017.
He threw for 3,804 yards with 28 touchdowns and seven interceptions, leading the Rams to a 11-5 record and first place in the NFC West. After losing in the wild-card round to the Falcons, Goff hopes to take L.A. on a deeper run in the postseason in his third NFL season.
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