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2011 Intro: Chris Manns

2011 Intro: Chris Manns

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. --- During Mount Tabor's 2007 state championship pep rally, Chris Manns, who was then a 250-pound freshman, surprised the crowd.

"One of the DBs did [a back flip] right at the end of the pep rally when the cheerleaders were doing it," Mount Tabor assistant football coach Ray Rhodes said. "And then all the sudden I saw Chris do it. I thought ‘Oh my God, don't get hurt.'" Even now at 6-foot-1 and 285 pounds, Manns says he's capable of doing a back flip. "When I was young, the thing to do was back flips," Manns explained... Recommended Stories

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