Photo credit: Caroline Japal/Alabama Crimson White

Former Alabama and current Cincinnati Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron has a new business venture that just might be the last thing you would expect: sushi restaurant owner.

According to the Alabama Crimson White, the restaurant, located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, will be unique in that it will allow customers to build their own sushi rolls, and it will be named …

… I’m warning you, click out of this tab right now …

Ajian Sushi. Really.

And here are some of the fun flavors you can try:

“You walk into our fast-casual atmosphere and you’ll design your own roll every time,” said Pete Zimmer, co-owner and main operator of Ajian Sushi. “At the hit of a button we’ll have white or brown rice, and from there you’ll pick your proteins, vegetables, toppings and sauces for close to $8 a roll.”

After spending 30 years in the restaurant business, Zimmer hopes to offer both the usual and unusual rolls one might expect from a classic sushi bistro. Ajian Sushi will maintain the traditional proteins like smoked salmon and spicy tuna, but will also provide options like the flamin’ hot Cheeto roll, peanut butter and jelly roll and the banana and Nutella roll for more daring customers.

Oh God no.

Yes, this does sound terrible, but remember that we have to grade it on the Tuscaloosa sushi curve. Here’s how one Yelp reviewer described Tuscaloosa’s current top-ranked sushi joint.

For Tuscaloosa, Hokkaido would be a 5, but from everything I’ve experienced, it’s acceptable.

As long as the sushi is adequate, it should get some rave reviews. But that name…

[Alabama Crimson White]

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