Young Kid Goes Viral After Impressive Sideline Interview With Davante Adams

A young reporter has fans in awe after his sideline interview at Allegiant Stadium with Las Vegas Raiders star wideout Davante Adams.

The video has received nearly 4 million views since the Raiders shared it on their team’s Twitter account. They captioned it “Our newest (and cutest) reporter on the job with @tae15adams.”

After checking that the camera was rolling, he started the interview, saying, “I’m here with Davante Adams, wide receiver for the Las Vegas Raiders.”

Fans took Twitter to say how poised and composed the kid was by knowing Adams’ season stats, among many other things.

He also showed a level of professionalism on wearing business-like attire with his shirt and tie on.

He and Adams even shared a handshake at the end of the interview.

Who is the kid interviewer? 

His name is Jeremiah and he is 10 years old. Jeremiah is a native of Las Vegas and identifies himself as a “10-year-old sports commentator.”

He has been doing videos and posting them to his social media accounts for over a year. His Instagram account has over 25 videos of him interviewing youth, high school, college, and professional athletes.

Some of his interviewees include Bronny James, Bryce James, Davante Adams, and former Raiders players.

His Instagram handle is @jeremiahoneandfive. He is also a die-hard Raiders fan. He even breaks down the highlights after each Raiders game and post them to his TikTok or Instagram account.

Notable Reactions

After Jeremiah gave his opening spiel, he then went on to share some stats about Adams that blew everyone away: “He’s got 95 receptions for 1,443 yards, he’s got 14 touchdowns and he averages 15 yards per catch. It’s an honor and a privilege to meet you today.”

Players, fans, and other reporters all gave the kid high praise with their responses on Twitter.’s Judy Battista commented on Twitter: “Love everything about this.”

Also, Jason Horowitz, who is proclaimed as “The Voice of the Raiders’ stated, “The future voice of the Raiders. Hope to have him in the booth next season.”

Another Twitter user tabbed him as a future ESPN anchor: “Wow. That intro was amazing. Future @SportsCenter host?”

Jeremiah asked Adams a series of questions but one in particular stood out. He dressed the question up by stating, “So, one of my greatest memories of my life is going to your camp and doing a seven-on-seven against you.”

Then he asked Adams, “So what are your greatest memories in your childhood?”

Adams told the young reporter that his greatest childhood memory was meeting San Francisco 49ers player J.J. Stokes, because Stokes was one of the first professional athletes that he met and Stokes was inspiring to him that day.

Now Adams gave the same inspiration he received as a kid back to make another young boy’s dreams come true in a full-circle moment.