Now some people might think that if it's not the NFL, it's not worth watching. If that's how you feel, this clip should change your mind.
That's Duron Carter, a wide receiver for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League. He's also the son of Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter.
Cris Carter played for the Eagles and Dolphins, but mostly for the Vikings, during a spectacular career that spanned from 1987 to 2002. He retired with 1,101 receptions, 13,899 receiving yards, and 130 receiving touchdowns.
His son, Duron, had made a career in the CFL that started with the Montreal Alouettes in 2013. He missed the 2015 season in Canada because he managed to sign a 3-year, $1.575 million contract with the Indianapolis Colts, but would end up being cut from the team. He would rejoin Montreal in 2016 on a 1-year deal, and signed with Roughriders for the 2017 CFL season.
Duron has played 44 CFL games, managing 200 receptions for 3,030 yards and 18 touchdowns.
Now he should also be a candidate for catch of the year!
Source: TSN.ca · Photo Credit: Screenshot - Twitter