Beginning in a few weeks, one of William Jackson III's main jobs will be trying to snag footballs out of the air while on defense for the Washington Football Team.
In the meantime, it appears he's been keeping busy by learning to snag massive fish out of the sea. And no, massive is not hyperbole here.
That's a very impressive haul for the new cornerback in Washington, showing that he's good at making the big catch on the field and in the ocean.
If anyone is wondering why Terry McLaurin is tagged in the caption, it's because Jackson is not the only member of the Washington Football Team who enjoys this hobby. McLaurin has detailed his love and appreciation for fishing in the past, and he's even taken teammate Curtis Samuel on an excursion when they were together at Ohio State.
McLaurin and Samuel have different stories in terms of how that adventure went, but it's clear that the wide receiver has a passion for the activity.
While Samuel may not be interested in heading back out there, McLaurin may now have a new partner in Jackson.