By now, you've probably already seen one play from the RivalsHigh weekly Top 10 list, but there were many more impressive plays from the Week 11 slate, with five standing out among the best of the best, as always.
Those five Prep Rally favorites begin with the play ranked number 10 by RivalsHigh TV, with RivalsHigh 100 number 12-ranked Austin (Texas) Lake Travis High receiver Colin Lagasse somehow pulling in a fantastic touchdown pass from quarterback Baker Mayfield. How Lagasse, an SMU commit, managed to bring in that grab between two ball hawking defenders is anyone's guess, but he did.
Just four plays later, Orange (California) Lutheran High running back Graeme Fraser turned in the kind of double-stiff arm touchdown run that you don't often see, shedding off two defenders before spinning his way into a tackle ... that inadvertently sprung him into the end zone.
The next play on the High 5 list might be one of the least attractive passes Prep Rally has seen featured, but that couldn't make it any less effective. Ponte Vedra (Fla.) High running back Cole Mazza's halfback pass wasn't the prettiest, but it was still somehow pulled in by wide receiver Michael Parado, who stole the up-for-grabs pass directly out of an undersized safety's hands. If that doesn't showcase the advantage that size can bring to a wide receiver, we're not sure what does.
Of all the team's that suffered disappointing losses in their respective regular season finales, none featured a more impressive play than Irving (Texas) MacArthur, whose running back Jourdan McNeill went to the air to hurdle above the RivalsHigh No. 16-ranked Euless (Texas) Trinity High defense. The hurdle run was impressive, though not quite as impressive as its counterpart in Oregon by Lakeridge (Ore.) High's Blake Dutton.
Yet all those plays took a backseat to Cooper City (Fla.) High's entire special teams unit. After all, when special teams spark a huge upset of national proportions, they deserve a tip of the cap. In this case, the CC defensive line and linebackers deserve plenty of credit for getting to a Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas School field goal attempt, and then keeping their heads to get upfield and block for a fantastic, 99-yard touchdown return by teammate courtesy of Camden Krohn, who brought back the big block 99 yards to set the tone in a CC's shocking upset of then number 14 -- now 96-ranked -- STA.
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