2015 Pac-12 Football Media Days: Arizona's Will Parks does the Rondae Hollis-Jefferson shimmy
Arizona safety Will Parks may not have helped former standout Wildcat basketball player Rondae Hollis-Jefferson invent his famous free throw line shimmy, but he is looking to emulate him this season on the football field. On Friday, the senior football player told Pac-12 Networks' Mike Yam that his pregame music list includes ten minutes of Marvin Gaye and Smokey Robinson, before he gets into "his" Meek Mill and other rap music.
Yam pointed out that Parks had some style, then asked him if he helped his buddy RHJ come up with his famous shoulder shimmy at the free throw line. Parks admitted that he didn't come up with the move, but he went on to say, "I actually wanted to take that to the football field."
So if the senior safety finds a way into the endzone this year, we may get to see his shoulder shimmy again. The bigger question for now: who did the shimmy better?