That Boy Good! High School Quarterback Nsimba Webster Literally Jukes An Entire Team (Video)

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The talent in the high school football ranks seems to keep ramping up by the year. Deer Valley (CA) quarterback Nsimba Webster proved why he’s one of the most coveted recruits in the country, displaying his blazingly quick feet on an astounding touchdown run.

After getting rid of a few would-be tacklers, he turned it into another gear and got his team the score. Nsimba finished with six total touchdowns as Deer Valley went on for the impressive 49-21 victory over Castro Valley in the playoffs. 

The class of 2014 senior is now choosing between Arizona State, Washington and Nevada to begin his collegiate career. Whoever gets him will have one hell of a player.

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