The entire music world may know him as Quavo, one third of the multi-platinum recording rap group Migos. But what some are slowly realizing is that the 27-year-old rapper is a bona fide baller. Before his days making hits such as “Versace," “Bad N Boujee" and “Stir Fry,” Quavious Keyate Marshall was a standout football sensation at Berkmar High School in Gwinnett County. Describe as “spindly” by the Gwinnett Daily Post, as a high school quarterback, Quavo led his county in passing yards and even set a single-game record for most completions.
Additionally, Quavo can hoop. He does it all. He can rebound, has a crafty handle and can make plays. But most importantly, Quavo has a huge knack for scoring. You play him too far off and he’s draining the three ball from Steph Curry’s range. If you are playing him too close, he’s quick enough to drive right by you and use his length to finish at the hoop with the defense trapping around him. The world was able to witness this after his MVP performance during the 2018 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game. This is just another example of why he’s nicknamed Huncho. This guy is a walking bucket.