Before five Super Bowl rings, Deflategate, Gisele and chiseling his name as possibly the best quarterback of all time, Tom Brady was just a teenager trying to pull off an oversized short-sleeve button-up number.
The Patriots legend’s high school, San Mateo Junípero Serra in California, tweeted out a video Thursday of what is possibly Brady’s first televised interview, in summer 1994 with KPIX in San Francisco.
Brady, 23 years later, has four Super Bowl MVPs and the same boyish-looking face, though he assuredly dresses better today. He still adopted the same, oh-shucks manner in answering questions, and seemed to have the same strengths and weaknesses on the field, too.
“Everyone tells me I have a pretty strong arm, which is good. I’m pretty accurate with it,” Brady, either 17 or 18 at the time, said when asked his strengths. “I think I need to work on my speed a little bit, but hopefully that will come in time. Pretty good work ethic, so I think I can get the job done.”
Yeah, speed doesn’t really change much, Young Tom.
He’s come a long way. He’s now married to supermodel Gisele Bundchen, and the two recently were finally admitted to an exclusive Boston club next door to their multimillion-dollar mansion, according to the Boston Globe.
Turns out he didn’t really need to work on his foot speed.
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