Video: Two-handed poster dunk
Watch one of Nebraska's best all-around players slam it home.
In the 1980s, an up-and-coming comedian named Murray Langston put a paper bag over his head and became known around televisions everywhere as the "Unknown Comic." David Wingett
of Winnebago (Neb.)
has emerged as one of the best unknown dunkers in high school basketball. That's no joke.
Wingate delivered an impressive and timely two-handed poster dunk for today's Top Play presented by the United States Coast Guard.
With the time winding down in the third quarter, the 6-foot-7, 185-pound senior went back door and turned a broken play into a top play, with a strong two-hand jam while being fouled.
Wingett is actually well known around Nebraska. He averages a hefty 24.7 points, 10.6 rebounds and 2.8 blocks per game for the 26-2 Indians, ranked 14th in the state. Earlier this season, Wingett sent down what was known around the Internet as the "Donkey Dunk," which gained a lot of attention.
Even with a bag over his head, folks around the Cornhusker State would likely recognize him.