It’s pretty rare for a celebrity to come in and teach your high school algebra class.
But that’s exactly what Super Bowl champion Roman Harper did during the New Orleans Saints’ bye week. On Wednesday, he served as a substitute teacher at Belle Chasse High School in Louisiana.
The former Alabama safety taught algebra, English, psychology and sociology, according to AL.com’s Mark Inabinett. He even brought pizza for one of his classes.
Naturally, when he walked in and students realized who he was, they were a little starstruck.
— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) October 5, 2016
Harper told AL.com that he wouldn’t go into teaching full-time after football because it’s “too much like coaching.” But he did say he could work as a substitute or a bus driver.
Later on in the day, he made sure to give his students a valuable life lesson too.
— Bellechassebaseball (@bcbaseball2016) October 5, 2016