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Watch this 11-year-old imitate a video game with perfect hurdle
By Matt Walks, Digital First Media
Updated: 09/05/2013 06:34:13 PM MDT
Watch an 11-year-old running back imitate a video-game with perfect hurdle
I know 11-year-olds playing football isn't the height of excitement or athletic excellence, but this running back from Obion County in Tennessee just proved you don't need to have even a learner's permit to make the highlight reel.Almost as impressive as the jump is the burst of speed he uses late to score the touchdowns.His future high school coach must be salivating -- his future track coach, too.
"Watch an 11-year-old running back imitate a video-game with perfect hurdle"
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