LILBURN, Ga. (FOX 5 Atlanta) - It was a hip-hop and pro-football star-studded flag football event in Lilburn, Georgia Sunday. It was all thanks to one-third of the group Migos who was giving back to his hometown.
He might be better known as Quavo today, but back in his HIGH 5 Sports days playing as a quarterback at Berkmar High School he was known as “Huncho.”
Quavious Keyate Marshall held his second annual free flag football event in his hometown Sunday.
Another HIGH 5 Sports alum from Gwinnett County, Alvin Kamara, was captain of the opposing team.
Gracing the big event was Atlanta Falcons running back Julio Jones and the Nature Boy, Ric Flair. There were even touchdown celebrations with a Lamborghini.
But about as rare as all that is, it might have even more rare to see former controversial NFL player Colin Kaepernick on a football field.
In February, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Kaepernick and Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid, who actually connected on a touchdown in the game, settled their allegations of collusion with the NFL.
Kaepernick left without doing any interviews, but other NFL players on the field said it meant it a lot to see him again.
In the end, Quavo's team lost to Kamara's crew. The event was free for folks in the community and also helped to raise funds for Berkmar Athletics.