You probably haven’t heard of Will Andersen… yet. Will, a freshman at BYU, posted a trick shot video to his YouTube channel a little over a week ago and the video has since gone viral. The video shows the stone-faced student throwing items behind his back, landing them into some nearly impossible places.
Throwing bread into a toaster? Easy. A Good & Plenty into a BYU cup on a shelf? He nails it. You have to watch the video to believe it, even though you might not want to. Will makes it sound like the videos are authentic by simply saying, “Many walls were scuffed in the making of this video…”
Will’s father, Wes Andersen shared the video on Facebook and said something that pretty much confirms the trick shots actually happened.
Will, is the most persistent person I know. The toast in the toaster is my favorite, and I remember coming home and finding crumbs all over the kitchen counter. I knew something was up.
Nice work, Will. Our hat’s off (and thrown onto the door) to you.
The last one had me questioning physics idek
Posted by Will Andersen on Monday, February 8, 2016
Brandon is the husband to an incredibly talented soccer mom, a father to the cutest 4-year old twins you have ever seen, and the doggy daddy to two Goldendoodles named Jake and Penny. Brandon has served in various church capacities including full-time missionary in Madrid, Spain, youth instructor, Young Men’s Presidency, Executive Secretary, temple worker, and Elders Quorum Presidency. Brandon is the owner of LDSBookstore.com which has been featured as one of the fastest-growing companies in Utah. He enjoys playing basketball, ping-pong, and throwing his twins in the air.