The Pittsburgh Steelers may have found their newest star at wide receiver.
He’s JuJu Smith-Schuster and he racked up 193 receiving yards on just seven catches and scored a 97-yard touchdown on Sunday in a 20-15 win over Detroit.
Smith-Schuster is just 20 years old and was a second-round pick (62nd overall) out of USC. He’s the youngest Steelers player to ever put up a 100-yard game and teammate Le’Veon Bell told ESPN.com that he’s “best player ever under 21” and that “for him to be 20 and play the way he plays is unbelievable. He can block, catch the ball short, go balls, mentally in the game, best player ever under 21.”