The Oregon Ducks have to be salivating at 2013 recruit Thomas Tyner's performance so far.
Tyner obliterated the Oregon high school football single game rushing record as he led Aloha to an 84-63 victory over Lakeridge. Tyner played a small part in that victory, rushing for only 644 yards and 10 touchdowns in the game.
Thomas Tyner finishes with 644 yards and 10 TDs on 38 carries. Both all time state records #opreps— Mike Richman (@mikegrich) September 15, 2012
He is ranked as the top prospect in the state of Oregon and the sixth best running back in the nation according to Rivals.com.
Tyner more than doubled his total yardage for the season. Before tonight, the high school senior had 40 rushing attempts for 600 yards and seven touchdowns - averaging a preposterous 15.0 yards per carry.
Look beyond the jump for a link to a rather entertaining twitter feed to the madness.
But it also looks like Tyner might have been able to score more if it wasn't for a normal man's injury.
Tyner leaves game with what looks like cramps. He might be human after all #opreps— Mike Richman (@mikegrich) September 15, 2012