Oct 28, 2012, 8:17 AM EDT
Normally, I don’t expect many exciting things to come from a high school football scrimmage but one high school running back decided to make his scrimmage noteworthy with the below video.
As the team in blue runs a pitch play, the tailback breaks one tackle and starts up the field. It appears that a linebacker from the team in gold and white is going to end the run with a tackle.
However, the running back sees it coming and does an incredible front flip that hurdles the defender:
For those of you who know anything about physics, the flip itself was 540 degrees.
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