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Donald Delahaye will walk on to UCF's roster as a kicker this fall, but he's already making a name for himself with trick-shot field goals.

By Extra Mustard
May 27, 2015

Donald Delahaye will walk on to UCF's roster as a kicker this fall, but he's already making a name for himself with trick-shot field goals.

Last year, Delahaye pulled off a nifty move where he spun a football off his plant foot and then booted a field goal as the ball was still rolling around.

That was pretty impressive, but now he's shown more—the ability to do the trick, and nail the field goal, with both feet.

That's a pretty solid resume for a kicker who's shown the ability to hit 70-yard field goals (in practice, at least) and made four kicks of at least 40 yards as a senior for Port St. Lucie in Florida.

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“Well I‘ve hit a 70-yarder in practice,” Delahaye told 247Sports.com earlier this year. “My kickoffs are out of the end zone every time from the 40. So, consistently to the back of the end zone at the college level.”

Mike Fiammetta

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