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Former college quarterbacks to throw bad knuckleballs in front of cameras

Douglas Jones-US PRESSWIRE

Since apparently being an old quarterback makes you a prime candidate to throw knuckeballs.

Have you been dreaming of a baseball-based reality show starring former high school football super recruit Ryan Perrilloux? Silly question, of course you have.

Well, today's your lucky day, friend, because according to NOLA.com, Perrilloux and four other former college quarterbacks will compete on "The Next Knuckler," a competition to see who can throw the best knuckleball. The winner will get an invite to spring training with the Arizona Diamondbacks, where I would imagine they will take a couple pictures, throw the ball a couple times, and then get told to go home.

The show will feature Perrilloux, Doug Flutie, former Georgia quarterback David Greene, and brothers Josh and John David Booty, who played at LSU and USC, respectively. Josh Booty played in the Marlins system briefly after high school, and Perrilloux played baseball in high school, so I'm sure these guys are more than ready to saw off bats against the big boys.

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