High school football often creates trends that flow upward. Look the career paths and influence of guys like Gus Malzahn and Chad Morris. Heck, look at Sam McGuffie. The one-time viral phenom took the act of ball-carriers hurdling would-be tacklers mainstream, and now it's not uncommon to see it happen once a game no matter what level you're watching.
Now another Houston high school running back has taken hurdling to another level.
This is Ta'Zhwan Henry, a 5-foot-6 junior running back at Lamar High School in Houston. He has abilities very few humans share.
Henry reportedly holds one offer at the moment -- from Houston. That's probably about to change.