Jordan McCabe, a Seattle-area middle schooler, has quickly become a sensation, wowing the masses with his impressive dribbling displays. It all started with Eric Johnson's Two Balls segment on KOMO TV and has taken off since then. In the last week, McCabe put on a show with the Harlem Globetrotters before hitting the ESPN studios, all to rave reviews.
First up, McCabe with the Harlem Globetrotters.
Truly impressive. After the jump, what else has McCabe been up to?
On Wednesday, he took his game to new levels, hitting the studios at ESPN. Yes, our own 12-year-old sensation from Seattle is national now, a big-time star in the making.
McCabe has performed during halftime at a UW basketball game and even a Seattle Seahawks team meeting recently. At 12-years-old, he has to be the envy of all his peers as he's able to experience some amazing things at such a young age.
With all the attention, perhaps McCabe has a budding career on his hands. Professional basketball player? Professional dribbling superstar? Maybe even a street-baller? Who knows, but he is ridiculously entertaining to watch.
Keep an eye on the youngster as he dazzles crowds with his impressive ball-handling displays.