From the balance needed to stay inbounds to the near 110 yards he had to cover, Sean Landez's touchdown run was simply remarkable.
A tip of the hat to Yahoo! Sports, who had the story of high school football player Sean Landez running into the record books.
The play came during a game between Mission Sharyland High and Mission Edinburg High, a game Sharyland would take easily, 48-7.
Edinburg tries a field goal, only to see it fall short and in the hands of Landez, a sophomore. The young man, who actually ran back an opening kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown earlier in the game, stands on his tiptoes to stay inbounds.
It takes an astounding balancing act to stay safe in the end zone, and gives the defense more time to run up field.
Still, Landez has the blocking and ability to sprint past the opposition for a touchdown run of more than 109 yards, a record that is nearly impossible to eclipse.
With two phenomenal runs in one game, and one that will live on as the pinnacle of a touchdown run, Landez was quite humble when speaking with reporters, offering, "Just trying to make a play, my team was there to block all the guys."
Now, I have seen pretty much everything.
All of Texas high schools have just one job. Keep the ball away from this maestro.
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