Los Angeles Rams: Jared Goff goes undercover to prank college players

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Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff recently teamed up with Red Bull to prank college football players as a new transfer.

As the Los Angeles Rams continue to prepare for the upcoming 2018 NFL Draft, one of the biggest questions heading into next season is whether Jared Goff will continue to play at a high level after a strong sophomore campaign. After struggling as a rookie, the Rams did everything in their power to build a better offense around the former California star, and with Goff earning a trip to the Pro Bowl, it’s safe to say the team did one heck of a job.

Watching Los Angeles emerge out of nowhere to win the NFC West title after winning just four games the year before was truly amazing to witness, and expectations are even higher heading into 2018 when looking at all of the key moves made over the last few months. From signing Ndamukong Suh to join Aaron Donald on the offensive line to recently acquiring Brandin Cooks, the Rams are all in for 2018 when it comes to being a legitimate Super Bowl contender.

Of course, whether or not Los Angeles can live up to the hype will come down to the leadership of Goff on the offensive side of the football, which nobody should be worried about at all. If Goff’s first year under Sean McVay is any indication of what the future holds, the Rams are going to be in amazing shape for years to come since the quarterback is only going to get better with experience.

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Speaking of Goff, the Rams star decided to have a little fun recently by teaming up with Red Bull to pull off a prank on the football team at Ventura College by pretending to be a transfer quarterback. Between making the current quarterbacks worry about their jobs to asking a player if they were the punter, Goff absolutely killed it with this prank, and football fans can enjoy seeing watching him in action from the video below.

In a way, it’s kind of amazing that none of the players were even able to recognize Goff’s face, but also shows just how great of a job the folks at Red Bull did with giving up this surprise look to throw everyone else off. One can only imagine what was going through the minds of some of those players watching Goff pull off the amazing throws that he did, and it’s always fun to see Rams related news that will give fans a good laugh.