There are highlights that make you scream others that leave your eyes bugging out of your skull and your jaw hanging in shock.

This is one of the latter.

The 2016 high school football season commenced in Florida on Friday, and it did not take long for a play to go down that will be tough to top at any level of football over the next five-plus months.

Malik Jefferson, a sophomore running back out of Braulio Alonso High School in Tampa, is basically daring the rest of the football world to top what he did on a fake punt.

Not only did he rush it to the right side for a first down, Johnson (1) flipped over a would-be tackler, (2) landed on his feet and (3) kept -- freakin' -- running.

We're not the only ones impressed. One of his teammates on the sideline could only say this to the camera: "Wow! Wow!"

It was so good that, you know what, let's just call this move a "Jefferson" going forward ... that is, if anyone else can ever duplicate it.

Wink of the CBS eye to Paul Ryan of WFLA