Can you even do that? Watch this incredible trick play

You’ve never seen this in the NFL.

THIS IS TOO good to save for our Thursday YouTube round-up – particularly on a dull afternoon like today.

So check out this trick play – as they say in the states, Ted – pulled off by Driscoll Middle School in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Looking to catch their opposition off guard, the center snaps the ball over his shoulder before speeding off on a cartoon chase.

And for those head-scratchers out there asking ‘is that even legal?’, Total Pro Sports explains that it is completely fine:

According to Rule 7, Section 3, Article 3:

The snap (3-32) may be made by any offensive player who is on the line but must conform to the following provisions:

(a) The snap must start with ball on ground with its long axis horizontal and at right angles to line, and

(b) The impulse must be given by one quick and continuous motion of hand or hands of snapper. The ball must actually leave or be taken from his hands during this motion.

(c) The snapper may not:

(1) move his feet abruptly from the start of snap until the ball has left his hands;

(2) have quick plays after the neutral zone starts if the officials have not had a reasonable time to assume their normal stances.

The snapper clearly snaps the ball in one smooth continuous motion over his shoulder, making it a legal snap, and one of the most spectacular touchdowns you may ever see.

Whatever. It’s really cool.