Jackson State basketball team manager Thomas "Snacks" Lee made the most of his opportunity when he checked into his first NCAA basketball game in March and hit a 3-pointer from deep. He's doing likewise with his first shot at an ESPY.
Lee, seeded eighth, knocked off top-seeded and legendary gymnast Simone Biles to advance to the final four of the Can't-Stop-Watching Moment for the 2020 ESPYS Presented by Capital One.
Lee is joined in the final round by fifth-seeded softball player Riley Sartain-Vaughan, the 10th-seeded Newtown (Connecticut) High School football team and high jumper Obed Lekhehle, seeded 11th. Watch the videos and then place your vote.
Tune in to the ESPYS on ESPN at 9 p.m. ET Sunday to find out the winner.
Top-seeded Simone Biles -- and her historic twist on the triple-double -- was the top vote-getter in the first round of the Can't-Stop-Watching Moment for the 2020 ESPYS Presented by Capital One.
No. 1 Simone Biles vs. No. 8 Thomas 'Snacks' Lee
No. 2 Mabry Williams vs. No. 10 Newtown's dramatic TD
No. 14 Sergi Llongueras vs. No. 11 Obed Lekhehle
No. 4 Dearica Hamby vs. No. 5 Riley Sartain-Vaughan
No. 1 Simone Biles vs. No. 16 Baby bat flip
No. 2 Mabry Williams vs. No. 15 Kiara the volley dog
No. 3 Anthony Edwards vs. No. 14 Sergi Llongueras
No. 4 Dearica Hamby vs. No. 13 Austin Keen
No. 5 Riley Sartain-Vaughan vs. No. 12 Spence Jones
No. 6 Speedy skater vs. No. 11 Obed Lekhehle
No. 7 Garret Alcaraz vs. No. 10 Newtown's dramatic TD
No. 8 Thomas 'Snacks' Lee vs. No. 9 Tommy Morrissey