Marshawn Lynch Ran Full-Contact Drills Against His Former High School Team

Few things are as entertaining as a bunch of high school football players trying to tackle Marshawn Lynch.

How does an NFL running back spend his time while serving a one-game suspension?

If you're Marshawn Lynch, you put on your pads and go practice with your old high school team:

Marshawn's clearly having the time of his life, and I bet those high schoolers have never been so happy to get trucked. While Oakland Tech might not be able to stop a Pro Bowl running back, they're having plenty of success against other high school teams. The Bulldogs are 5-1 so far this season according to MaxPreps.

Lynch was a four-sport star at Oakland Tech, excelling in football, basketball, track & field and wrestling. Rivals ranked him as the No. 2 running back recruit in the nation behind Adrian Peterson. He was already a viral video machine back then, as evidenced by the incredible interview he gave after leading Tech to victory in the 2003 Oakland Athletic League championship:

Never change, Marshawn. Never change.

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