Apr 2, 2019


In the Atlanta suburb of Lilburn Sunday, hip hop artist Quavious Keyate Marshall held his second annual “Huncho Day” free flag football event.

Kaepernick and Quavo “Huncho” Marshall

Marshall, better known today as Quavo, was nicknamed Huncho back when he played quarterback for Atlanta-area high school Berkmar.

Marshall was the captain of one of the squads while former Atlanta high school football star and current New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara was captain of the opposing team.

Most notable among attendees who included Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones, New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley, Washington Redskins defense back Josh Norman and professional wrestling icon Ric Flair was ex-NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and current Carolina Panthers defensive back Eric Reid.

Kaepernick and Reid, who recently settled their collusion lawsuit against the NFL by scoring an eight-figure payout from the league, also scored on the field Sunday, with Kaepernick tossing a touchdown pass to Reid before connecting with Quavo for a two-point conversion.

Here are football highlights of Kaepernick from the event, which include that touchdown strike to Reid and subsequent nifty two-point conversion from Kaepernick to Quavo-Huncho himself:

The full video report, filed by WAGA-TV reporter Justin Felder, can be found here.