Everything about this will make your eyes pop out of your head.

The play in this Florida youth football game starts with the lateral back to the quarterback, which is impressive enough to pull off cleanly at this level, but takes a back seat to what miraculously happens next.

The quarterback unloads a bomb just shy of the 10-yard line that the receiver, who falls to the ground, bobbles several times in his hands -- including once behind his back -- before gathering himself and then casually scooting into the end zone, like this is exactly how the coach drew it up.

Call it lucky, call it incredible concentration, call it whatever you want, as long you also call it a touchdown.