Three-sport athlete? Johnny Manziel drafted again -- by Harlem Globetrotters
In two months, Johnny Manziel has been drafted three times in three different sports.
Johnny Manziel watches an NBA Finals game - could he soon be stepping onto the court?
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By Connor KieselFOX Sports Ohio
In two months, Johnny Manziel has been drafted in three different sports.
So is the life of one of sports' most scrutinized athletes.
Manziel hasn't gotten a call from an NBA team yet (though that draft is Thursday), but he was selected Tuesday by touring exhibition basketball team the Harlem Globetrotters. He even has his own jersey.
Joining Manziel in the 2014 Globetrotters draft class are American soccer star Landon Donovan and Andrew Wiggins' brother.
The Globetrotters have selected some big-name athletes in previous years, including U.S. soccer goalie Tim Howard, Argentinian star Lionel Messi, former WNBA top pick Brittney Griner and retired Yankee Mariano Rivera.
Put that group together on the court with Manziel, and you'd have quite the eclectic show.
Don't forget, Manziel can dunk. Yes, he really can and made sure everyone knew by posting it on Instagram.
The Cleveland Browns selected Johnny Football with the No. 22 overall pick in the NFL Draft in May. A couple of weeks later, the San Diego Padres grabbed Manziel with the 837th pick in the MLB Draft.
Not sure whether Johnny has ever laced up a pair of hockey skates, but the NHL Draft starts Friday ...