In high school football, players with great height often find themselves on the offensive or defensive lines. Or occasionally as a receiver.
In Indiana especially, a 6-foot-7 athlete is more likely to find a home on the hardwood than the football field, let alone the football secondary.
That's what makes Roncalli (Indianapolis, Ind.)
safety Michael Clements
Clements, who stands 6-7 and weights nearly 200 pounds, patrols the secondary for Roncalli, lining up at safety.
On Friday night, Clements was utilized in a blitz and nailed Southport's (Indianapolis, Ind.)
5-11, 160-pound quarterback Robert Webb.
Roncalli returned Webb's fumbled for a touchdown en route to a 27-13 victory.
Clements also intercepted a pass in the game.
For the record, he's also the center on Roncalli's basketball team.