Caelyn LeBryk, a sophomore at Lexington Christian, had the No. 3 play this week in CBS MaxPreps' Top Ten plays across the nation.
Here's video of LeBryk's touchdown catch off a tricky reverse the Eagles ran in their win over Prestonsburg on Friday.
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"During a game against Prestonburg High, Lexington Christian Academy quarterback Brayden Miller took the snap to start a remarkable back and forth sequence within a single individual play. First, Miller handed the ball to a back on an option, he cut left and quickly flipped the ball off to a wide receiver. The misdirection in the middle of the field didn’t fool Prestonburg, but then again, it wasn’t supposed to. As the Prestonburg defense swarmed the center, the ball was flipped back to Miller, who aired out a pass to the right side and wide receiver Drayden Burton, who was (unsurprisingly) wide open on the right side for an easy catch and trot into the end zone."
For those interested, here's the full highlight video: