Here's the best trick play ever in the video linked below. It's called the penalty play. This was performed by the Driscoll Middle School football team this year and the touchdown was scored by quarterback Jason Garza during the Corpus Christi, Texas city championship game. The play was set up by coach Art Rodriguez and assistant coach John De Los Santos (who ran the play as a 1987 quarterback) in the fourth quarter, trailing 6-0 against Wynn Seale with just four minutes left in the game.
The play was set up with an intentional long snap call offsides defensive penalty in the previous play. After the five yard penalty was marked off, coach De Los Santos started yelling out that referees needed to mark off another five yards and with quarterback Garza at the line and all players in position for the next play, he yelled for Garza to get the ball and mark off the additional five yards himself. The center, John Porter, handed him the ball over his shoulder, and Garza just walked through the defensive line without a scratch, like a walk in the park. Then he took off running for the end zone. But because they missed the two point conversion, the game ended in a 6-6 tie and they lost the tie breaker decision. As one You Tube commenter said, this penalty play would probably work against the NFL Cowboys. Enjoy this video of the greatest trick play ever in football.