Cornerback Jabrill Peppers, the No. 17 overall recruit in the Class of 2014 according to Scout.com (No. 2 cornerback overall), already has Michigan football fans licking their chops about his commitment to play for the Wolverines.
And they will be drooling on themselves even more after watching this clip of Peppers with a jaw-dropping touchdown run as a running back when his high school, Paramus (NJ), scrimmaged against Red Bank Catholic on Tuesday.
Peppers seemingly breaks tackles from all 11 defenders (we counted nine broken tackles to be exact) while juking and spinning 30 yards into the end zone. Already being compared to Michigan’s 1997 Heisman Trophy-winning cornerback and two-way player Charles Woodson, this clip will only further those comparisons.