According to leading high school football recruiting websites ESPN.com and Rivals.com, Jabrill Peppers is the No.2 football player in the country. He has committed to the University of Michigan and is expected to become an elite game-changing cornerback in Ann Arbor.
The Paramus Catholic senior is one of the most explosive players in the country on both the offensive and defensive side of the football, while using his freakish combination of speed and strength to demoralize most of the state of New Jersey.
This run happened in a recent preseason scrimmage against Red Bank Catholic — a middle of the road Catholic high school in New Jersey. Peppers breaks EIGHT tackles in a 30-yard TD run that will leave your head spinning and Wolverine fans drooling.
Yes, it’s only a scrimmage. No, it’s not against a national powerhouse. But Jesus Christ, that was impressive.
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