As you possibly can possible think about, a teenage Derrick Henry towards most highschool soccer groups within the state of Florida merely wasn’t a good combat. That is why it’s outstanding that this previous weekend, considered one of Henry’s state data fell. Kayleb Wagner of Baker Excessive College, in a 49-48 shootout victory over South Walton Excessive College, ran for 535 yards and 6 touchdowns.
That was ok to interrupt the state file set in 2012, when Henry ran for 502 yards and 6 touchdowns in a victory for Yulee.
Wagner’s accomplishment didn’t go unnoticed, particularly not by the person whose file he broke. In keeping with a report by Mitch Stephens of MaxPreps, Wagner acquired a direct message on Instagram from Derrick Henry congratulating him on breaking his file and promising extra to come back.
“We went forwards and backwards for 5 minutes or so,” Wagner advised MaxPreps. “He congratulated me, stated he would ship me a pair of his cleats and sport gloves. It was very, very cool. I believe it actually hit me then that I had the file.”
A 6-foot-1, 205 pound junior, Wagner has change into an imposing power within the backfield regardless of a bodily incapacity: He was born with amniotic band syndrome, a genetic situation that resulted in him being born with no left hand and a part of his left forearm. In final week’s win over South Walton, Wagner scored touchdowns on lengthy runs of 83, 91, and 68 yards as Baker stormed again from a 42-35 fourth quarter deficit to take the victory.
To not be outdone, Henry had his personal heroics within the Tennessee Titans‘ Week 2 street upset over the Seattle Seahawks. Imposing his will within the second half, Henry scored three touchdowns — together with two within the fourth quarter — and ran for 182 yards because the Titans rallied again from a 24-9 deficit to power extra time and earn a 33-30 victory.