Cornerback Jabrill Peppers is Rivals' No. 2-ranked player in the class of 2014, but he's currently an all-everything star for Paramus (N.J.) Catholic High. It's not enough that he can line up at wide receiver and take out multiple players with blocks on a single goal line play. Now he's running for truly preposterous touchdowns, too.
The video you see above comes from Paramus Catholic's final preseason scrimmage, played against Red Bank (N.J.) Catholic. The difference between the teams on this play was pretty simple: Paramus Catholic has Jabrill Peppers, Red Bank Catholic does not.
On this run, Peppers didn't just see one hole, he saw a hole, then saw another hole, then created a gap where one didn't exist by making an almost unfeasible cutback across the field and then slashing directly upfield.
The run made for a mesmerizing touchdown for Peppers, who has gained national attention of late both for his on-field and on-camera exploits. When he's on the field and isn't scoring ridiculous touchdowns, Peppers helps his teammates score them by completely blowing up opposing defenders, as you can see again in the video below.
And when he isn't playing football, Peppers is writing fresh raps, including one in which he made his commitment to the University of Michigan official.
Jabrill Peppers: The Most Interesting Man in the World? Maybe not, but he might be among the most dominant in prep football.