Homes of athletes before vs. after they became famous

[post_page_title]Malcolm Butler – childhood home[/post_page_title]
Malcolm Butler came from humble beginnings in the city of Vicksburg, Mississippi, and graduated from Vicksburg High in 2009.He received a scholarship to the Hinds Community College, and would eventually go on to run track as well, where he would improve his athleticism.

Malcolm Butler – childhood home

Malcolm Butler – childhood home Also he would eventually become a football star, it’s interesting to note that he has a strong background in track related events, because to be a good football player, you need to be fast.
[post_page_title]Malcolm Butler – current home[/post_page_title]
Butler was involved in one of the most widely discussed plays in the history of the NFL: in Super Bowl XLIX, he intercepted a pass aimed at the goal line with 20 seconds to go, stopping the Seahawks from winning it all.
Malcolm Butler – current home

He has clearly made an impact in the NFL, and the proof is in the pudding of this picture you see here. Complete with a beautiful swimming pool and an expansive, multi-tier mansion, Butler’s house is the type of luxury that many people in the world only dream of.

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