Steelers Rookie QB Devlin Hodges Shows Off His Duck Calling Skills

Pittsburgh Steelers rookie quarterback Devlin Hodges, aka "Duck Dynasty," finally showed off his duck calling skills this week.

The 22-year-old set a school record at Samford University in Alabama last year for single-season passing with 4,283 yards, and he was also crowned the 2018 Alabama State Duck Calling Champion. In an interview he did with Mossy Oak, Hodges said, "In middle school and the first couple of years of high school, I was heavily into duck calling and practiced constantly." Not only was he the Alabama State Champ in '18, but he also won the 2009 Junior World Duck Calling Contest at age 13 and had Top 5 finishes in several other duck calling championships.

Missi Matthews talked to Duck Dynasty this week and had him show off his duck calling skills. Preview below, and the full interview is up at steelers.com!

Hodges is supposed to play in the Steelers final preseason game this Thursday against the Carolina Panthers. 3pm DVE pregame, 7pm kickoff on your radio home for the Steelers...DVE!

 

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