The players that surround him on the court may have a few feet — and years — on him, but don’t let that fool you. Fifth-grader Julian Newman has got game.
Standing just 4-feet, 5-inches tall, he managed to score 91 points in three quarters of a middle school game, and now he’s the starting point guard for Downey Christian High School in Florida because he’s just that good.
As Business Insider points out, Julian’s father is the head coach of the boys high school team. But after watching the videos below, you will see that the pint-sized baller could’ve made the team without the parental advantage.
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