Drop Kick Alive and Well in Texas

When I was in high school, there was a revolving door at kicker.  Usually, the coaches were scanning the soccer teams each year to find our next kicker.  One thing that was never discussed was the possibility of jumping in a delorian, going 88 mph, and traveling back to a time when the drop kick was cool.

Well, no need for time travel to see the drop kick anymore.

Check out this Texas high schooler and his cool feat…

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