Rutgers Receiver Mohamed Sanu Made an Awesome One-Handed Catch (Video)
A one-handed catch is not always just a one-handed catch. Most of them are impressive, but some represent more important things than others. When Kellen Winslow pulled down this sick one-handed catch earlier in the season, it was a play you simply tip your hat to and move along. When Andrew Luck made a one-handed grab it was awesome because he’s a quarterback. When Randy Moss did it last season, it proved to everyone that he still could display freak athleticism. However, there is something that’s just more enjoyable about an amazing catch on 4th and 9 with your team trailing 17-10. Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu knows a little something about that, as his circus catch helped keep Rutgers in the game last weekend against USF and allowed them to come back and win. Check out this video of the play, courtesy of SI Hot Clicks:
That takes some serious concentration. If Sanu drops that ball – which he should have and no one would have blamed him for it — Rutgers loses the game. Clutch one-handed catches truly are the best kind.