Middle School Quarterback Pulls off Incredible Scramble Play

Who needs the NFL when you can watch quarterback Alex Valdez make plays like that for Blountstown Middle School in Florida.

How that kid manages to stay on his feet is beyond me. Not only does he avoid the sack, but he proceeds to heave the ball to a wide-open Trevon Smith for the 54-yard touchdown.

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The only way that play could've been more dramatic is if it were the game-winning touchdown. Wait a second — it was the game-winning touchdown!

The only way that play could've been more dramatic is if it were the game-winning touchdown of a come-from-behind victory. Wait a second — it WAS the game-winning touchdown of a come-from-behind victory.

The only way that play could've been MORE dramatic is if it were the game-winning touchdown of a come-from-behind victory on the last play of the game. Wait a second — just kidding, this isn't a movie.

That touchdown took place in the first half, and the Blountstown Tigers went on to beat the Grand Ridge Indians 28-6. The play also garnered the No. 2 spot on ESPN's Top 10. Not a bad way to start the season.

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Scott Brown is a senior content editor for Active.com. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in Electronic News before working for FC Dallas of Major League Soccer for four years. Scott enjoys kayaking, reading and playing with his three dogs. You can follow him on Twitter, Instagram or Google+.

Scott Brown is a senior content editor for Active.com. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in Electronic News before working for FC Dallas of Major League Soccer for four years. Scott enjoys kayaking, reading and playing with his three dogs. You can follow him on Twitter, Instagram or Google+.

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