High Schooler Jordan Barnes wins a game in the Nike Peach Jam Tournament with an obscene double-clutch three-point shot.

Check out this shot from Jordan Barnes.

Not only did the high school basketball player from the St. Louis Eagles make a game-winning three-pointer in the Nike Peach Jam Tournament with no time left, he did it in the semifinals and with a defender playing him perfectly.

Oh yeah, he also had to double-clutch this deep-wing three from far out. 

This isn’t just impressive on the high school level, it’s worthy of national buzz in any sport on any level. Double-clutching a mid-range jumper is almost an impossible feat in itself.

Barnes’ heroics gave the Eagles the 74-73 win and placed them in the finals. Here’s another look at it: 

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