For whatever glorious reason, the first big trend of the college basketball offseason is players from across the country doing a running man dance to "My Boo" by the Ghost Town DJs, a song that is now nearly two decades old.
It appears that the standard was set by Maryland players Jared Nickens, Jaylen Brantley and Damonte Dodd, and has now been mimicked by players from Virginia Tech, Villanova, Marquette and others.
Also joining the fray has been Louisville's own Damion Lee, who is destroying the competition with a little help from Jay Henderson and (to a much lesser extent) Quentin Snider.
More coming soon.... @HeatCheck_11 @spidadmitchell @bigticket2 @mikalbridges @REALSETHALLEN @Jaybrant2 pic.twitter.com/4DSQBmjrjD— Damion Lee (@Dami0nLee) April 16, 2016
#RunningManChallenge. Who want it?!!!!! We everywhere with it pic.twitter.com/SMn0CtEuYi— Damion Lee (@Dami0nLee) April 18, 2016
Damion also wants you to follow him on each and every one of his social media platforms.
#FollowMe @HeatCheck_11 @spidadmitchell @bigticket2 @mikalbridges @REALSETHALLEN @Jaybrant2 pic.twitter.com/98pBllkWxe— Damion Lee (@Dami0nLee) April 17, 2016
Damion Lee for President. Of everything.