Saturday, September 14, 2013

Video: High school quarterback rips off amazing touchdown run

You will be hard pressed to find any quarterback run more impressive than the one Colerain High School (Cincinnati) signal caller Kelvin Cook ripped off against Trinity High School (Louisville) last night.

Backed all the way up to his own 5-yard line, Cook proceeds to take the snap under center, and after what appears to be a broken play, he manages to improvise by busting through a hole and putting on an absolute show en route to a long touchdown run.

“That was like Xbox,” Colerain coach Tom Bolden told the Louisville Courier-Journal. “I don’t play those games, but my kids do enough. He’s impressive.”

What makes Cook's run even more amazing is the fact that Colerain attempted only two passes the entire game. Cook wound up with 263 yards on the ground, 95 of which came in this one play alone.


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