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The High Hurdle

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Saquon Barkley loves to jump.

In high school, the 6-foot Barkley was capable of dunking a basketball from a flat-footed position.

He seemingly hurdles a defender every game, and he even once performed a backwards hurdle at Penn State.

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Saquon Barkley loves to jump.

In high school, the 6-foot Barkley was capable of dunking a basketball from a flat-footed position.

He seemingly hurdles a defender every game, and he even once performed a backwards hurdle at Penn State.

This play doesn't look so amazing until you see the replays.

While most backs would be satisfied to just pick up the first down here and run out of bounds, Barkley opts to leap over his own teammate and hurdle five full yards, crossing the goal line in the process.

Barkley looked to be injured on the play, but he ended up being OK.

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