Los Angeles Rams QB's Jared Goff teamed with Red Bull to go upstairs in the video, covertly with the Ventura County football team. Here is the release on the Vid:
Jared Goff may be a star QB for the Los Angeles Rams, but on a magical spring day he was a transfer called Dreaj Foge (spoken Dray) to the Ventura College football team in Southern California  How do you ask?
In what could have gone down as the football prank of the year, Goff and the coaching staff at Ventura College cheated the team to believe he was the hot shot newcomer who eyed the onset QB job, the heart of the quarterback's real quarterbacks Teams would break trying to get four-year rides. Needless to say, the real QBs on the list were not too pleased!
When Goff starts throwing balls across the field in 7-on-7 drills, the real drama begins.
Head coach Steven Mooshagian and director of Football Operations Robert Mooshagian (yes, a father / son duo!), Was obviously in the prank and had the players fool hook, string and sinker. The alibi for the cameras was that a "documentary about Juco Football" was filmed. Well played! Incidentally, Coach Mooshagian helped 174 students change to the four-year level in eight years at the head of the team. They have won four consecutive conference championships and a total of 16 titles.
Goff also earns an Oscar for playing the role of a disgusting transfer who believes he's better than everyone else.
"Are you the punter?" He asks an unsuspecting player.
"No, I'm the quarterback," was the answer in a super embarrassing moment for the real QB, but super hilarious for us to look
Jared went undercover with a hairy mole on his cheek, a wig and a row tattoos on what is otherwise a clean, uncut body. On one side of his neck was a big star (super cheesy) and on the other side was the motto of his high school (a nice, subtle allusion to his alma mater). On his arm was a picture of his high school mascot. Why Dreaj Foge as his name? Dreaj is an anagram of Jared. Foge, because … well, why not.