High school football player goes Beastmode on catch-and-run

Remember this run by Marshawn Lynch in January of 2011 that clinched Seattle's wild-card win over the New Orleans Saints? Well, we found the high school equivalent.

Angelo Wiggins, a senior who plays quarterback, wide receiver, tailback, linebacker and punter at Memorial High School in Wayne, Mich., displayed slash-type skills in a recent game that brought back memories of the wild play that earned Lynch his Beastmode moniker.

Coming into the season, Wiggins wasn't thought of highly in recruiting circles; he doesn't even have a profile on any of the major recruiting web sites, although maxpreps.com shows Wiggins with a national ranking of 11,741 and a state of Michigan rank of 460.

After going Beastmode, that could soon change.

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