Per TMZ Sports, Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff stopped by Oaks Christian School, a private school in Thousand Oaks, to offer his advice to a couple of NFL hopefuls and get in a couple throws as well.
The workout, held by Sports Academy L.A. which is just down the 101 from Oaks Christian School, was attended by Florida State WR Jesus "Bobo" Wilson and Ole Miss WR Quincy Adeboyejo. It's an interesting pairing since Wilson is from the Miami area and Adeboyejo is from Texas, so it's not as if they're local products who just got together to prep for the combine later this month.
Goff gave the crew some guidance based on his combine experience from a year ago:
I mean, throwing to you guys is hard, because I don't know your speed. And for you guys probably, catching from me is hard, because you don't know me. That's how it's gonna be at the combine. You don't know anyone throwing. They don't know any of y'all. Everyone's trying to figure out the timing, and that's what they want. They want it to be hard.
And you're gonna be tired as fuck.
Also in attendance was Christian Oaks QB Matt Corral, a 2018 USC commit who is one of the nation's top QB recruits in next year's class (which features to be heavily California-laden, coincidentally).