Purdue’s Race Johnson tries impression of Olympic-medalist brother
There’s nothing wrong with trying to emulate your brother — especially when he’s an Olympic medalist.
Purdue cornerback Race Johnson did his best Steele Johnson impression and shared it on Twitter. Steele, Race’s younger brother, won a silver medal in 10-meter synchronized diving with David Boudia, a former Purdue standout.
— Race Johnson (@racerwillie46) August 12, 2016
As Race Johnson notes, his dive is a little shorter than his brother’s.
It didn’t take long for Steele to respond and jokingly offer for the two brothers to team up.
That is actually the best dive I've ever seen from a football player. Start training and we can do 3m synchro. https://t.co/2UAVYnTjr8
— Steele Johnson (@Steele_Johnson) August 12, 2016