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Watch this college basketball player make a ridiculous dunk from the free throw line

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Watch This College Hoops Player Take Flight for Wild Windmill Dunk



Virginia freshman Jay Huff hasn't even played in a college basketball game yet, but he's proving his value already after a video of his incredible dunk from the free throw line surfaced.

The 6'11" power forward from North Carolina takes his jump – from the free throw line – and makes the shot. His teammates obviously didn't believe he could pull it off, because the end of the video shows them laughing and saying, "he actually did it."

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The Virginia Cavaliers have been a top team in college basketball for the past few years, but they just had one of their best recruiting classes yet. Huff is entering the program as a top 50 recruit.

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