Hut, hut, yikes: Tony Picard, a 6-foot-4, 400-pound senior running back at White Swan High School in Yakima, Washington, is scoring major points on the Internet.
Picard is the largest running back in the nation, according to the Northwest Prep Report. He simply runs through defenders.
Picard started out as an offensive lineman, but after his coach, Andrew Bush, realized how agile he was he was converted to a running back, according to CBS Seattle.
Bush says it takes up to five players to tackle Picard.
"Most teams will sacrifice five guys to stop him: four linemen and a middle linebacker. That leaves three guys on each side to stop the rest of our team," Bush told Bleacher Report. "Everything else opens up: our outside running, our play action and our entire passing game. We average about 450 yards as a team offensively."
Picard is planning to play in college.
"I want to play college football, it is my dream," Picard told Northwest Prep Report. "I hope I can go to the next level."
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Picard told the New York Post that he has spoken to college coaches from Idaho, Eastern Oregon and Central Washington.
We have a feeling he's going to be talking to even more coaches now that his highlight reel has been discovered online.