Jabrill Peppers, who attends Paramus Catholic High School in New Jersey, just made the play of his high school career by breaking 10 tackles and scoring the touchdown.
One could argue that the opposing team had poor tackling ability, or that it was a scrimmage game, but it's very rare to see anyone make video game-like moves, hold on to the ball, and score a touchdown that way.
Peppers, who is currently ranked No. 2 in the country according to Rivals will be playing college ball at University of Michigan.
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