D’Aundre Johnson, a sophomore at Valley High School in Pennsylvania, may have made the block of the year. Johnson runs downfield and blocks a would-be tackler nearly 40-yards from the line of scrimmage. This block is so good that players are celebrating before the play ends. It’s so good the cameraman focuses on the aftermath and celebration instead of following the play. The opponent lived and returned to the game, but Valley High won 26-0.
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