It only takes one to start a trend. Tennessee junior forward Jarnell Stokes took questions in the locker room after the Vols’ victory over Mercer in the third round of this year’s NCAA Tournament donning some Google Glass eyewear. We have no idea what purpose it served him, but reporters sure seemed to like it.
Jarnell Stokes wearing google glasses? pic.twitter.com/q1fJYmjYRQ
— Ben Frederickson (@Ben_Fred) March 24, 2014
Jarnell Stokes wears google glass. He’s averaging 15 rebounds per game in NCAAs. Coincidence? pic.twitter.com/7Quf9979er
— Pete Thamel (@SIPeteThamel) March 24, 2014
Jarnell Stokes grabs 18 boards, scores 17 points, wears Google glass for CBS postgame. pic.twitter.com/Ql84bvhUJ3
— @GrantRamey (@GrantRamey) March 24, 2014
We’ve seen some NBA organizations trying to get fans to utilize Google Glass technology, but this is the first time we’ve seen players wear it – especially in the locker room. Who knew Stokes was so tech-savvy?