There were plenty of great touchdown catches during NFL action on Sunday, and an even better grab on Saturday, when Georgia Tech receiver Stephen Hill pulled down one of the best one-handed grabs you'll ever see.
Still, none of those receptions were any more impressive than the one from Kingston (N.Y.) High tight end Jake Paul, who elevated to take in a wobbling duck of a pass in the back of the end zone, then held on as he was hit not once, but twice on the way back down, sending his body into a complete flip in the process. Somehow, he held on for a key touchdown.
Go ahead, watch it again. It's worth it.
Paul's touchdown broke a 6-6 tie with Pine Bush (N.Y.) High in a heated Class AA Division 1 Hudson Valley matchup, setting the stage for the Tigers' eventual 18-12 victory on a rainy night in New York state.
That weather helps explain Kingston quarterback Zach Chilcott's pass, which soared on him as it increasingly appeared ticketed for a spot beyond the end zone.
It wasn't, thanks to Paul's incredibly athletic play, which can stand up with the best catches at any level over the weekend, at the very least.
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