Former Ole Miss wide receiver DK Metcalf has turned into a bona fide superstar in the NFL as a key player for the Seattle Seahawks. Now he has taken the time to share some advice with the next generation of Ole Miss receivers, including recent signee Bralon Brown, who was in awe.

“This is crazy, I ain’t gonna lie, this is crazy,” Brown said in a Under Armour All-America Spotlight, which airs today at 4 p.m. ET on ESPN. “I got so much running through me right now, this conversation, being blessed to be sitting across … how many kids being selected to the game, to have a conversation with you.”

Brown is a 4-star receiver from Fort Lauderdale, Florida (St. Thomas Aquinas). He’s the No. 29 wide receiver in the class of 2021 according to the 247Sports Composite.

Metcalf shared that he knows a lot of high school athletes’ goals are to make it to college and the NFL, but he added more.

“Set bigger goals than that,” Metcalf said. “Because I know that when a lot of people just make it to the league, then they’re satisfied, but don’t ever get satisfied with anything. With every accomplishment that you make, every accomplishment that you get, be grateful but never satisfied.”

Metcalf shared about being an Oxford native and going to Ole Miss, and moving to the NFL, where every player is fast, but it’s important to be smart and use your body to create separation.