You simply cannot make this up, because we actually have a video on it to prove that it is true.
Way back in the year of 2011, there was a perfect game going on at the baseball all-American classic, which is the premier high school baseball All-Star Game. It features 61 of the top high school-aged baseball players competing for East vs. West.
In 2011, pitcher Max Fried was on the mound throwing pitches to Carlos Correa while Jameis Winston was on third base.
As we know now, Fried currently plays for the Atlanta Braves, having a World Series title in 2021.
Shortstop Carlos Correa played seven seasons with the Astros, winning a World Series in 2017. He would leave in free agency and play this past season with the Twins. He has currently opted out and looking for his next destination.
As for Winston, he was drafted No. 1 overall in 2015 and after five season in Tampa Bay, he landed with the Saints where he is now the starting QB.