Young Flag Football Master Makes Masterpiece out of Broken Play
This little kid has all the moves, every last one of them.
Bob's Blitz spotted this video of a kid tearing up the defense in a seven- and eight-year-old flag football league in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
If you want to know the name of that flash of yellow sprinting across your screen, his name is Davis Dare, and his hobbies include scoring touchdowns and generally doing things that are awesome.
Seriously, I can't get over how fantastic the name Davis Dare is. The only thing better would be to find out that his middle name is Danger and he lets the opponents know that as soon as he scores.
The only information we have on the run comes from the YouTube description, which states, "It was suppose to be a receiver pass, but the play broke down and Davis headed for a TD taking a rather circuitous path to the end zone. Davis and the Honey Badger's won 42-16."
Davis helped his team roll to victory and also provided a highlight we wouldn't mind seeing on SportsCenter.
Now some of you grumpy Internet denizens will chide the kid for doing this while wearing flags, but we say it's a fantastic run no matter the type of football.
This kid is out there getting things done and making highlight lemonade out of football lemons. It's all about preference.
Some might enjoy the video of another Alabama youth smashing his way to triumph with a sledgehammer, as you can see below.
Others might prefer the far more refined serving of Dare slicing and dicing the defense with sharp cuts and swift running.
We say everybody wins when the youth show us that the future of football is well taken care of.
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