Temecula’s Demetric Felton Jr., who played during high school at Great Oak, scored his first NFL touchdown in just his second week in the NFL. Valley News/Cleveland Browns courtesy photo
CLEVELAND — In just his second week in the NFL, former Great Oak and UCLA standout Demetric Felton Jr. scored his first NFL touchdown. The accolade came on a 33-yard pass from Baker Mayfield. Notably, the spin move he used to break a crucial tackle looked all too familiar to fans that have followed the local standout during his youth days here in the valley. Twitter immediately blew up with comments from his followers, including former Great Oak head coach Robbie Robinson (now coaching at Chaparral). “It was a proud moment for me to watch,” Robinson said after tweeting a video from Felton’s days at Great Oak where the same spin move led to the same result. After being caught up in the excitement, Felton nearly lost his precious memento. In his euphoria, Felton threw the ball
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