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Ten Greatest Phenoms in North American Sports 22-And-Under

Ten Greatest Phenoms in North American Sports 22-and-Under according to Colin Cowherd:

Sam Darnold (22): “Youngest quarterback to ever post a passer rating higher than 110 in a game and he did it 3 different times with a terrible O-line, and second worst rated running back.”

Trevor Lawrence (19): “Undefeated on Clemson’s National Championship. Is the best quarterback prospect since Andrew Luck and I think he has a better arm.”

Connor McDavid (22): “Already led the NHL in scoring twice and is youngest captain in NHL in history.”

Christian Pulisic (20): “Feels like the Magic Johnson of American soccer.”

Mallory Pugh (21): “She Made the United States Women’s National Team at 17!”

Felix Auger Aliassime (18): “Youngest tennis player in the AP rankings. Roger Federer just compared him to a young Rafael Nadal.”

Luka Doncic (20): “Was the MVP of a Euro League last year as a KID. Youngest player in NBA history with a 30-point Triple-Double.”

De'Aaron Fox (20): “Most improved player in the league. Super bright kid with wild quickness and a high IQ.”

Zion Williamson (18): “Has Magic Johnson magnetism. I don’t remember a college player who drove me to the television more.”

Bronny James (14): “Good basketball DNA! Will play with Dwyane Wade’s son Zaire this year.”

Ten Greatest Phenoms in North American Sports Under the Age of 22