We’ve seen a lot of great videos from the McDonald’s All-American Game this week, but none of them top this gem. The fine folks at Overtime caught Kentucky signees Immanuel Quickley and Keldon Johnson clowning around with a Ronald McDonald statue, and, more importantly, talking some trash with future Vanderbilt Commodore Darius Garland.
After kicking Kansas signee Devon Dotson out of the video, they aimed their fire on Garland.
“This is a BBN video only,” Quickley said.
“They talking about Anchors Down — what is that?” Johnson asked.
“Anchor Down? You all were like 13-18 this year,” Quickley said.
Actually, Vanderbilt’s record was 12-20, but that’s close enough for a….
Off camera, Garland could be heard saying, “Wait til I come back,” presumably with fellow Vandy signee and McDonald’s All-American Simi Shittu. Judging by Quickley’s reaction, I don’t think that scared him too much:
Watch the whole glorious thing below.
— Overtime (@overtime) March 30, 2018
This video reminds me of another great Kentucky McDonald’s All-American Game trash talking moment, when Anthony Davis reminded Chane Behanan and Wayne Blackshear Louisville lost to Morehead State back in 2011:
These guys are going to be a lot of fun.