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September 23, 2014 at 6:27 PM

Prep Football: strange, but true

Just because it’s the first rainy day of fall, or that there happen to be two more days before Friday, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy yourself. How about a couple fun high-school football items from around the country?

– You might have seen this already, but 7-foot, 380-pound Dondre Harris (Tappahannock, Va.) has made a stir around the Internet. Here are some incredible photos, thanks to MaxPreps.

Apparently, Harris would be the tallest player in the NFL right now.

– Kickers never get enough credit. Like getting creative on extra points. For instance, a Dell Rapids, South Dakota kicker used an opponent’s head.

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