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Video: Buccaneers’ Tom Brady lends voice to narrate high school team’s hype reel

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers superstar quarterback Tom Brady is known for many things. The three-time league MVP has won the Super Bowl on no less than six separate occasions, which to some folks, makes him the greatest of all time. What the 43-year-old Brady is not known for is being a video narrator, but that didn’t stop the GOAT from trying his hand on it for at least one occasion.

Brady was graceful enough to lend his voice to what could be considered as one of the most epic hype reels of any high school football squad:

The Lipscomb Academy Mustangs are set to face off against the Christ Presbyterian Academy Lions in the championship match of the state’s Division II-AA, which is dubbed as the BlueCross Bowl. Needless to say, the Mustangs are going to go into this title-deciding match with a bit more motivation thanks to Brady.

It is worth noting that Lipscomb Academy is currently coached by another Super Bowl winner in Trent Dilfer. It wouldn’t be surprising if it were the former Pro-Bowler quarterback that reached out to Brady for this extra special favor.

For his part, Brady might need a bit of hyping himself, unfortunately. He hasn’t been at his best all season long, and right now, he appears to be in the midst of a spat with team head coach Bruce Arians.

The last time Brady took the field was against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 12. Brady completed 27-of-41 passes for a 345-yard gain, while also adding three touchdowns against two interceptions. It wasn’t a completely horrible showing from him and the Buccaneers, but it was not enough to lift the Bucs to a victory against the defending champs.