Fulton receiver Zack Dobson is one of the most dynamic playmakers in the Knoxville area and he showed why on Saturday night in Morristown.

The Falcons used Dobson as a wildcat quarterback on one particular play during Fulton's 67-7 win over Morristown East. He reversed field, broke several tackles and made defenders miss with juke moves on his way to a long touchdown run.

But, it didn't count.

The play was called back due to a holding penalty.

It was still an impressive display of athleticism by Dobson, an MTSU commit. He's wearing number 24 this season in honor of his brother Zaevion, who was killed in December.

ESPN even picked up on Dobson's crazy athletic play, posting it on their website.