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High school RB hurdles two players on the same jump

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.