Tom Brady‘s son, Jack, wants to attend the University of Michigan. It was way back in the late 90s that Tom Brady wore the iconic winged helmet and led the Wolverines to a 20-5 record. Now, another Brady may hit the field for the program.
Tom Brady’s Son Wants To Attend Michigan
In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Brady’s ex-wife Gisele Bundchen talked about her stepson Jack’s dream of going to his dad’s alma mater. The interview mentions that Jack is “quarterbacking” and has aspirations of going to his father’s alma mater. Jack, currently 15 years old, plays free safety in high school but has also played some quarterback. Brady himself is loving watching his son. “I could never imagine he’d be in high school. I never imagined him playing football,” Brady said in October on his “Let’s Go!” podcast. “So getting out there and watching him play has been so much fun for me.”
Could The Wolverines Get Him To Ann Arbor?
There isn’t a lot of information on Jack Brady as a recruit. The name recognition alone would be a great story for the program. Even if Jack is as half as good as his father, that means he will be a legend of a player. Having Jack Brady around the program for at least three years could also draw others to the program as Tom Brady would most likely be around Ann Arbor more as well. I’m sure that Jim Harbaugh would allow him to hype the team up every so often which would be a great experience for the students.
Ultimately, Jack Brady needs to do what is best for him. However, it is cool to hear that Tom Brady’s son wants to attend Michigan. It would be so cool to see Jack lead the Wolverines to a bowl game win 30 years after his dad did.
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