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VIDEO: Christian McCaffrey High School Football Highlights From 2013 Are an Amazing Throwback

Jason Schandl
Christian McCaffrey's high school highlight video from 2013 is incredible.
Christian McCaffrey's high school highlight video from 2013 is incredible. / YouTube/Christian McCaffrey
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Christian McCaffrey just became the highest-paid running back in NFL history by inking his first contract extension with the Carolina Panthers. He tore up the league in 2019, and that's nothing new to him.

McCaffrey has been dominating football games for a long time, as you can see in his impressive throwback highlights from his 2013 senior year at Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.

Christian McCaffrey High School Highlights

An incredible multi-sport athlete, McCaffrey played basketball and ran track while playing running back, wide receiver, cornerback and punter on the football field. He set Colorado high school football state records in career touchdowns (141), all-purpose yards (8,845) and touchdown receptions (47).

He didn't play a ton in his freshman year at Stanford, but he made the most of his opportunities, averaging 7.1 yards per carry on 42 rushes. When he did get an expanded workload, he dominated. His final two college seasons saw him explode for 3,622 rushing yards (6.1 per carry) and 955 receiving yards, scoring 29 touchdowns.

It was no surprise when he was a first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, and he's more than lived up to the hype. McCaffrey is the only player in NFL history to rack up both 2,500 rushing and receiving yards through their first three seasons. Panthers fans have to feel pretty good about having the future of their offense tied to McCaffrey.

For more amazing high school football throwbacks, check out Todd Gurley in 2011, Russell Wilson from 2006 and even a full game from Peyton Manning in 1992.


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