California High Schooler Channels Cam Newton, Scrambles for 18 Seconds Before Completing Hail Mary Touchdown (Video)


Dejon Williams ended his high school football career with a touchdown for the ages.

On the final play of the first half in a playoff game between Muir (Pasadena, Calif.) High and Norwalk High, the senior quarterback — working out of an empty backfield — took the snap and scrambled around behind the line of scrimmage for a full 18 seconds before heaving a desperation pass into the end zone.

Muir receiver Marceles Clash hauled in the ball in the back of the end zone, giving his team a 28-14 halftime lead on a 38-yard touchdown pass that actually traveled nearly 50.

It would be the final touchdown pass Williams would throw in a Muir uniform, however. Norwalk went on to score the game’s final 21 points, handing the Mustangs a 35-28 loss and eliminating them from the state tournament.

Check out Williams’ incredible display of elusiveness in the video below, with a helmet sticker to Prep Rally.

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