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It’s only August 31, but New Mexico State wide receiver Jaleel Scott may have already made the offensive play of the college football season.
Roughly four minutes into the second quarter of Thursday’s game versus the Arizona State Sun Devils at Sun Devil Stadium, Aggies quarterback Tyler Rogers lofted a pass toward the corner of the end zone.
Scott positioned himself in front of a defender and made an acrobatic one-handed catch before planting a foot safely in play to complete one of the best 15-yard touchdowns you’ll see at any level.
Take a bow, Mr. Scott.