December 11, 2013
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - When A.J. Green soars for one of those
amazing catches, he'll stroll back to the huddle like it's no big
Considering the Georgia receiver's other talents, it's easy to
understand why he's so nonchalant.
Green started juggling when he was in second grade and he can
still keep four of just about anything spinning through the air.
Bowling pins. Metal rods. Whatever. Around fourth grade, he added
unicycle riding to his repertoire, just to make things interesting.
Green believes his acrobatic skills have helped him develop into
one of the nation's best receivers, especially when it comes to
hand-eye coordination. He figures to be a key player for the
23rd-ranked Bulldogs, who are breaking in a new quarterback this