Saturday, January 7, 2012
Brady was an average college player his first two years at Michigan and had to compete with a freak athlete, one of those aformentioned highly touted prospects, Drew Henson. Henson played baseball and football in highschool, and according to his Michigan coach, "was the most talented quarterback I've been around." Henson's father used his son's rare and outstanding ability to play the MLB against college football coaches. Henson would always compete with Brady until that one fateful day. One man compared the two to Superman and Batman, saying that, "Batman doesn't have super powers, but he still believes he can whip Superman's ass." That was how Brady treated his stay at Michigan. He never complained, he never offered any excuses. He just worked. His passes suddenly became accurate, and his reads were nearly perfect. However, nobody wanted him.