Alabama running back Derrick Henry is having amazing junior year for the Crimson Tide. He has rushed for 1,986 yards and 23 touchdowns, breaking Herschel Walker's SEC record for most rushing yards in a season. If you think that's impressive, it definitely is, but nothing can top what the Maxwell Award winner did on the gridiron during his senior year in high school—and I mean nothing!
Warning: The incredible stats you're about to see will blow your mind.
Derrick Henry's statistics his senior year in high school. pic.twitter.com/NNSNVcLHPV
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Henry scored 55 touchdowns. 55! He also racked up 4,261 yards rushing. To do that in 13 games is freakish. That's around the number of yards an NFL quarterback gains through the air in a season. Oh, by the way, Henry also had four games with six touchdowns.
In the video above, you can see why Henry dominated. Look at the size difference between him and the other players.
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