Ever wonder what a college quarterback sees during the action?
Now you can get a glimpse into that world, thanks to the cool, cutting edge video Colorado State Football released Monday.
The video shows bits and pieces of a Rams football practice from the eyes of backup quarterback C.J. Leonard. In the video, Leonard first gets harassed by teammates who won't share the ball with him (poor backups), but then he also shows off some solid arm strength.
He warms up with fellow CSU players, fits in a ball to a seemingly covered receiver and also connects on a back corner fade. Plus, he's shown encouraging his fellow quarterbacks, embodying some leadership despite likely sitting on the bench again this season.
It's possibly why head coach Jim McElwain called the Rams' quarterback competition a three-man race in spring, with just Garrett Grayson and Conner Smith vying for the starting spot now.
All the action was shot using a Go Pro – one of those amazing little HD cameras – mounted on top of Leonard's green and gold helmet.
Who knows, it could develop into a valuable training tool in the near future, or even a way to broadcast the game one day.
For now, it's an awesome opportunity for arm chair quarterbacks to feel like the real deal.